Feb 26, 2021  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ETHN 468 - Ethnic Studies Seminar 2: Social Justice Research


(3 S.H.)

In this seminar course, students will undertake a scaffolded research project based on the theoretical frames and research methods covered in ETHN 368. Students will first revise their research proposal centering on race and/or ethnicity in the United States. The remainder of the course will be devoted to the research, writing, and presentation process, resulting in a 20-25 page research paper and conference-style paper presentation. The course will focus on: the process of undertaking a research project, including how to find, evaluate, and understand primary and secondary source material; the ethics of working with underserved communities; the political projects of research; the failures, successes, and reconfiguration of research projects; and the means of disseminating research, including conferences and journal/book contributions. Prerequisite: ETHN 368 - Ethnic Studies Seminar 1: History, Theory, and Methods . Grade only. Offered annually.



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