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Course Assignment Schedule – Summer 2015 Interdisciplinary Research Methods for Sociology (SOCY 601), Education (EDUS 660), Social Work (SLWK 609) and Public Administration (PADM, GVPA, CRJS and URSP 623) To Read, View and Review WEEK 1: May 18 – 24   Participation Requirements (Online) Food for Thought Blog Response (Topic Tag = “first”) Chapter 1 Self-Assessment Quiz (Blackboard) Self-enroll in a Proposal Group (Blackboard)     Wednesday, May 20 Wednesday, May 20 Friday May 22 Sunday, May 25  Food for Thought Blog Response (Topic Tag = “errors”)  Chapter 2 Self-Assessment Quiz (Blackboard)  Brainstorm Your Topic Worksheet (Blackboard Group Assignment)  Wednesday, May 27  Friday, May 29  Sunday May 31 THE ETHICS AND POLITICS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH  Babbie Chapter 3: The Ethics and Politics of Social Research (Text)  CITI Basic Human Subjects Protection Training in Social and Behavioral Research (Online - allow a minimum of 6 hours to complete) WEEK 4: June 8 – 14     PROCESS, PROBLEMS, THEORY AND MODEL BUILDING IN SOCIAL RESEARCH  Schutt Chapter 2: The Process and Problems of Social Research (PDF)  “The Data Don’t Speak for Themselves” (PDF)  Screencast – Overview of the Research Process (Online)  Complete Library Resources Activities (Online) WEEK 3: June 1 – 7 Due Date COURSE OVERVIEW, EXPECTATIONS, FORMAT AND RESOURCES Babbie Chapter 1: Human Inquiry and Science (Text) Begin Library Resources Activities (Online) WEEK 2: May 25 – 31 To Do  Food for Thought Blog Response (Topic Tag = “healthcare”)  Submission of Successful CITI Exam Score Documentation (Blackboard)  Research Proposal Group Contract (Blackboard Group Assignment)   Wednesday, June 3 Friday, June 5  Sunday, June 7  Food for Thought Blog Response (Topic Tag = “ethics”)  Chapter 4 Self-Assessment Quiz (Blackboard)  Literature Review Worksheet (Blackboard Group Assignment)  Wednesday, June 10  Friday, June 12  Sunday, June 14 RESEARCH DESIGN  Babbie Chapter 4: Research De

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