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Unformatted text preview: Liberal Democracy as a Way of Life: Social, Cultural, and Economic Consequences of Liberal Politics ISS 235, Fall 2011 Tuesday & Thursday, 10:20 am 12:10 pm 402 Computer Center Steven Kautz Office Hours: Tuesday 2:003:00 & Wednesday 2:304:00, or by appointment 324A South Kedzie 353-3294 firstname.lastname@example.org Adrian Enache Douglas Walker Graduate Teaching Assistant Graduate Teaching Assistant Office Hours: Office Hours: Thursday 3:305:00, or by appointment Monday 10:0011:30, or by appointment 238 South Kedzie 238 South Kedzie email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org First Midterm Study Guide The questions on the midterm will be based on the following texts and topics. (There will be 30-40 questions.) Please study these texts carefully. Some of the questions will concern material not discussed in class. As a result, you are unlikely to do well if you review class notes without reviewing the texts as well. All of the questions on the midterm exam will be based on the following list of texts and topics, except for the five questions derived from quiz questions (see below). There will be three kinds of questions: multiple choice questions, true and false questions, and questions asking you to identify the speaker of a passage from Shakespeares Coriolanus . You will not be permitted to refer to books or notes during the exam. The exam should be completed on a bubble sheet that we will supply. Please bring pencils. You are of course expected to comply with Michigan State Universitys policies regarding academic honesty. If you have questions before the exam, feel free to contact Professor Kautz or Mr. Walker or Mr. Enache by email or to visit our office hours....
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