S18 Intro Syllabus.doc

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   Parmley; McWilliams; Harrop; Madden; Johnson, et al; Mack: Cummings; Broad; Gross; Haugerud & Collinson; Turning Point Project; Carlisle; McCay; Arrow; Brown; Simon; Smith; Pfeiffer, Diamond; articles (#s 19-37) Films:   “Not For Sale; “Maragoli”; “Island of Flowers” Books:   Tomatoland  by Barry Estabrook; The  Big  Thirst  - by Charles Fishman  PART III Topics:   Resource   and   Environmental   Problems   &   Impacts,   Cost-Benefit   Analysis,   Free   Market Environmentalism, Perception of Risk, Perspectives on Our Relationship with the Environment, Real and Potential Responses to Present and Future Challenges Readings:    Clifford; Dove; Shiva, et al; Rudel; Power & Rauber; Dixon; Rosenbloom; Wandersman & Hallman; Smith; Morren; E.P.A.; Rudel; Washington Legal Foundation; Overholser; Nielsen; Goleman, Krauss; articles (#s 38-55) Films     :    “The Last Stand – Ancient Redwoods & the Bottom Line”; “The Poisoned Dream”; “In Our Water” Books:  Legacy  of  Luna  by Julia “Butterfly” Hill; Plastic:  A  Toxic  Love  Story  by Susan Freinkel; Sleeping Naked  is  Green  by Vanessa Farquharson Last Examinations:  Lecture 1- Friday 5/4, 8:00 am - 11:00 am Lecture 2- Friday 5/4, noon - 3:00 pm Notes: 1. In order to receive a final grade for the course, ALL requirements must be completed; otherwise, a “T” grade will be assigned. There are no exceptions. 2. It is expected that the conventions of academic integrity will be observed at all times. The website of the Office of Student Conduct contains the Code of Student Conduct. You may also consult with us if you have any questions. Recitation  Instructors David Ferring: Section 3 T  9:30-10:25, Hickman 201 Section 4 T 11:10-12:05, Hickman 211 Section 5 T 12:50-1:45, Hickman 211 [email protected] Gina Pope-McKeon Section 1  M 11:10-12:05, Hickman 126
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Section 2 M 12:50-1:45, Hickman 118 Section 6 M 4:10-5:05, Hickman 118 [email protected] Alexus Lizardi Section 7 M 5:50-6:45, Hickman 130 [email protected] Sheri Seminski Section 8 M 7:30-8:25, Hickman 127 [email protected]
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