Unformatted text preview: ge of Social Sciences students and interested students are invited to stop by the ACCESS Center for general education advising, help with changing majors, academic policy related questions, meeting with peer advisors, and/or attending various regularly scheduled presentations and workshops. Looking for academic advice or maybe just some tips about how to navigate your way around SJSU? Check out the ACCESS Student Success Center! It's also a great place to study. Location: Clark Hall Room 240 Website: http://www.sjsu.edu/socialsciences/ACCESS/ SJSU Counseling Services The SJSU Counseling Services is located on the corner of 7th Street and San Fernando Street, in Room 201, Administration Building. Professional psychologists, social workers, and counselors are available to provide consultations on issues of student mental health, campus climate or psychological and academic issues on an individual, couple, or group basis. To schedule an appointment or learn more information, visit Counseling Services website at http://www.sjsu.edu/counseling. POLS108 Political Participation Fall 2013 Page 8 of 13 DATE WEEK 1 W Aug 21 WEEK 2 M Aug 26 W Aug 28 WEEK 3 M Sept 2 W Sept 4 POLS108 COURSE SCHEDULE – FALL 2013 Subject to change with fair notice (announced in class or by announcement on CANVAS) TOPIC ASSIGNMENT Introduction to course READ syllabus COMPLETE online plagiarism tutorial and quiz at: http://tutorials.sjlibrary.org/tutorial/plagiarism/index.htm *Follow the link to read the SJSU Academic Integrity Policy when taking this tutorial* READ Bio (link posted on CANVAS) and come to class prepared Guest Lecture: Les Francis, Former White House to ask questions Deputy Chief of Staff to President Jimmy Carter Political Culture and American Democracy READ Flanagan & Zingale (F&Z) Ch.1 Voting and Nonvoting READ F&Z Ch. 2 QUIZ 1 IN CLASS PLAGIARISM QUIZ RESULTS DUE ONLINE LABOR DAY – NO CLASS California’s Exclusive Electorate READ (posted on CANVAS): Who are the No...
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