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Sociology 101 (24) Introduction to Sociology (Carr) Study Guide for Exam #3 May be revised following Wednesday April 28, 2010 class EXAM INFORMATION 1. Exam #3 for Sociology 101 will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Friday May 7, 2010 in Hickman 101 . Please arrive on time! Students are NOT allowed to enter the exam room after the first exam-taker has completed his/her exam and exited the classroom. The exam will begin promptly at 4:00. You must bring a pencil, as the exam is all-scantron. 2. You are expected to know the material from all of the assigned readings, as well as the information conveyed during lectures and video clips. If you are missing any information, you should obtain the lecture notes from either your classmates or the class Sakai site. 4. The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions (2 points each). 5. I will be holding office hours from 1-3 p.m. on Thursday May 6 in my 30 College Ave. office (301A). Dorota Szymkowiak will lead an in-class review session on the last day of the semester (Monday May 3, 5:35 p.m.) and will also hold office hours immediately following class, at the Douglass Student Center. She will hold ‘virtual’ office hours on Thursday May 6 from 7-9 p.m., via the Sakai chatroom (“Let’s Talk”) function. You may log in and post questions, which she will answer in real time. 6. All students writing the extra-credit paper must hand in their paper at the BEGINNING of the exam (4 p.m. 5/7) or should place a hard-copy in my Lucy Stone Hall or 30 College Ave. mailbox by 4 p.m. that day. I will not accept submissions via email attachment. KEY CONCEPTS AND ISSUES General issues: 1. When preparing for the exam, you should understand and be able to describe precisely and concisely the concepts listed below. You should understand limitations or critiques of the concepts and studies listed,
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