Considerations for Spring 2005 -- also see Fall 2004 and degree requirements spreadsheet.
I'm looking for courses in any discipline (sociology, communications, ecology, etc.) that touches on collaborative culture: why are some communities/cultures more successful, or even to friendly, than others? Methodologically, I'm interested in archival/historical/ethnographic methods, particularly with respect to online communities.
This is an undergrad course, would this qualify?
Bilge recommends Colleen Larson, so will try in F'05
This seems redundant with Doc Sem II
I visited this course last semester and it was ~20 --
mostly MA students -- and obviously not at the same level of
my Psych PhD seminar
Innapproriate: Not a course about evolution nor technology really, rather a theoretical course about the "sensorium."
Innapproriate: International comparative journalism
Innapproriate: Game studies.
Innapproriate: "This course will broaden this discussion to consider the culture of crime in relation to conventions of news and entertainment in the mass media."
This is typically in the 3rd year, but I'd like to get a move on.
Will check out, might be focussed on schools.