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Unformatted text preview: mapping assignment and final essay as well as written work for your other Faculty of Arts and Science courses. You can see him at any stage of the writing process, from the starting point through to the final draft, and you can bring the same paper in for several appointments if necessary. To book an appointment visit http://www.wdw.utoronto.ca/index.php/new_students/academic_writing_centre. Learning Strategist: Sandra Moffat Sandra Moffat is a learning strategist at Woodsworth College, and will help you develop important academic skills, including identifying your learning style, learning note- taking strategies that will work for you, develop critical reading and improve your essay preparation skills and writing. Email: sandra.moffat@utoronto.ca College Registrar: Cheryl Shook Cheryl Shook can help you manage your academic schedule; provide advice on your degree studies and any problems that affect your performance in your studies. Email: cheryl.shook@utoronto.ca 5 Seminar Schedule and Weekly Readings Part I: Interpersonal, Societal and Global Conflict Co- curricular Activity – January 10: Olivia Chow Presentation, Kruger Hall Commons (Woodsworth College) Seminar 1 - January 8: Background Required Reading: • Redekop, Vern Neufeld, and Jean- François Rioux. “Chapter 1: What is Conflict?” Introduction to conflict studies: empirical, theoretical, and ethical dimensions, 2- 18. Don Mills, Ont: Oxford Univ. Press Canada, 2012 • Mazur, Allan. “Chapter 1: Objectivity and Bias”. Global Social Problems. 1- 12. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2007 Co- curricular Activity – January 17: Roundtable with the “Inside Out Prison Exchange Program”, Kruger Hall Commons (Woodsworth College) Seminar 2 - January 15: Interpersonal Conflict Required Reading: • Redekop, Vern Neufeld, and Jean- François Rioux. “Chapter 2: Small Group and Interpersonal Conflict”. Introduction to conflict studies: empirical, theoretical, and ethical dimensions, 20- 33. Don Mills, Ont: Oxford Univ. Press Canada, 2012 • O'Grady, William. “Chapter 1: Crime, Fear and Risk”. Crime in Canadian context: debates and controversies, 1- 31. Don Mills, Ont: Oxford University Press. 2007 Recommended Reading: • David R. Dow: Lessons from death row inmates. Access at http://www.ted.com/talks/d...
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