San Jose State University Political Science 014D: Awakening in Utopia Professor Ken Nuger The following is both the course syllabus and a variety of guidelines that will help you succeed in your university career.
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Classroom Expectations I. BELIEVE THESE STATEMENTS A. COLLEGE IS HARDER THAN HIGH SCHOOL. AT THE SAME TIME, YOU ARE NOW READY TO MEET THIS NEXT CHALLENGE. DON'T FREAK OUT. YOU CAN HANDLE THIS. BUT.BE CAREFUL TO NOT LET YOURSELF GET CAUGHT IN THE TREACHE
It was the worst of times for ordinary Americans. And even worse times for deregulators and supply-siders. The bright side? Their party is over. By Andrew Leonard Salon Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan testifies before the House Overs
LAW AND SOCIETY RESEARCH PAPER, Spring, 2010 The research paper shall be approximately 10-12 pages in length, not including the title page and bibliography. You must choose some aspect of a theme that relates to equality or inequality in the United States
Potential paper topics for Muse Effects of wealthy people exploiting the poor Examine and analyze the rich and poor in last half of 19th century Examine examples of socialism? Does more social and economic equality make society better? Is society better w
SYLLABUS Professor Ken Nuger Pols 120: U. S. Law and Society HGH 116 1:30-2:45 T TH Spring, 2010 Office: Clark Hall, 453 Phone: 924-5346, Email: email@example.com Office Hours: 10:30-12, T, TH 4:45-5:45 TH, and by appt.
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SYLLABUS Professor Ken Nuger Office: Clark Hall, 453 Pols 120: U. S. Law and Society Phone: 924-5346, Clark Hall #303 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 8-11:45 a.m. Office Hours: after class Winter, 2010 Course website: http:/www.sjsu.edu/people/ken.nuger/cou
Tips for outlining chapters A very important skill is learning how to outline, or highlight your reading assignments. Doing a good job helps you study more effectively for exams. What I suggest may not work for all classes, especially the obvious candidat