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- Philosophical Argument Formalization/Visualization Students express the underlying logical structure of a philosophical text by formalizing the connections between its constituent claims as a bimodal hierarchical tree. Versions:PHL100—Introduction to Philosophy (Gangle, Fall 2017)
- Local/Regional Perspectives on the Myth/Enlightenment Dialectic (respectively, Wallerstein’s world-systems analysis) Students individually create a set of overlays (images, labeled paths, tours, texts, etc.) in GoogleEarth Pro indexing some of the major events and developments of a particular geographical-social-cultural region, integrating and/or dissociating the dynamics of these events and developments with the analysis provided by Horkheimer and Adorno in Dialectic of Enlightenment (respectively, narrative presented by Immanuel Wallerstein of the modern world-system ca. 1500-2000 in World-Systems Analysis: An Introduction). Versions:PHL220—Ideas, Culture and Social Thought (Gangle, Fall 2017)
- Testing Hypotheses and Research Questions through Social Network Analysis Students will create hypotheses related to co-occurance and/or influence based on a specific interest, construct a dataset based on this interest, and test the hypotheses through network analysis. Versions:
- U.S. Holocaust Memorials and Museums In this assignment, students analyze an interactive map with layers (geographic location of all monuments, and geographic spread of monuments by decade) as well as a timeline showing the number of monuments created in each decade from 1940s through 2010s. Versions:
- Framing Analysis of the Opioid Crisis in Print News Students identify dominant frames in opioid crisis new stories using text analysis. Versions:
- Newspaper framing of separation of families at the United States border Students use text analysis to analyze how the separation of families at the U.S. border is framed in newspapers, then write a formal paper incorporating their analysis and supporting visualizations. Versions:CMM306—Social Impact of the Media (Damico, Fall 2018)