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3. Any student violating the conditions described above may face academic disciplinary sanctions. Commercialized Lecture Notes: Commercialization (selling) of lecture notes and university-provided course materials is NOT permitted in this course. Disruptive Behavior and Academic Engagement: Article 2.3.5 of the Academic Freedom Report (AFR) for students at Michigan State University states: "The student's behavior in the classroom shall be conducive to the teaching and learning process for all concerned." Article 2.3.10 of the AFR states that "The student has a right to scholarly relationships with faculty based on mutual trust and civility." General Student Regulation 5.02 states: "No student shall . . . interfere with the functions and services of the University (for example, but not limited to, classes . . .) such that the function or service is obstructed or disrupted. Students whose conduct adversely affects the learning environment in this classroom may be subject to disciplinary action through the Student Faculty Judiciary process. Translation by Dr. Rautman: these statements mean that all students and also the faculty member will treat each other with respect. The point of college education is that students can learn to think about and discuss issues, even those that might be controversial or uncomfortable. The point of class is (partly) to evoke this discussion in a respectful context. Welcome Information and Syllabus
ISS 210 syllabus (section 001 and 004; Rautman), Fall 2014 11 Course Content Note In this class we will be discussing potentially sensitive topics such as gender roles, sex, and sexuality, current events, political issues, issues of religion and belief, terrorism, religious extremism, violence, deviance, race and ethnicity, social inequality, and also the range of variation in how different individuals and groups act and think about these issues. Some of these ideas or examples may be disturbing or difficult for some students. If you ever feel the need to step outside during one of these discussions, either for a short time or for the rest of the class session, you may always do so. (You will, however, be responsible for any material you miss.) Students are welcome to discuss your personal reactions to this material, either with the class or with the professor, either briefly within class (as appropriate). Students should make an appointment or see the professor after class if they’d like to have a more extended discussion. (adapted and edited from - professor-adding-trigger-warning-his-syllabus ) Campus Emergencies-- If an emergency arises in this classroom, building or vicinity, your instructor will inform you of actions to follow to enhance your safety. As a student in this class, you are responsible for knowing the location of the nearest emergency evacuation route or shelter. These directions appear on the maps posted on the walls throughout this building. If police or university officials order us to evacuate the

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