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English 302 Case Studies Assignment Spring 2010 N.B.  Once again,  I have  bolded  those passages that differ from previous assignments.  I NTRODUCTION Your job on this exam is simple: you will research and develop a case study on  a particular  controversy of academic freedom  according to the five stasis questions we’ve been thinking  with so far this term.  You’ve done this before, so I’m sure you know the drill. The stretch  this time is that you’re working a difference case than your classmates. Further, I’ll be  looking for a much better version of the kind of thing you did with Churchill since you’ve  done Churchill as a dry run.    I am also adding one other small twist: I want each group to collect all their documents on  a google site that I’ve set up here: https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/engl302casestudies/ Basically, I want you to do what I’ve been doing so far: collect all the documents, web  pages, and other files that you’re using for your case study. You still have to write an  annotated bib, but I also want to see the collection of your sources.  I want you to imagine your audience as someone who has heard of  the given controversy , but  does not know the details of the case and is trying to decide what to think. You have been asked  to present a report on all the facts of the case: the conjectures, the definitions, the causes and 
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course ENG 305 taught by Professor Lynch during the Spring '10 term at Saint Louis.

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