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ENGL 112: March 4, 2013

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ENGL 112
Peter Mahon

ENGL 112: Strategies in University Writing March 4, 2013 Wednesday March 6th: Orchestrating Scholarly Voices Friday March 8th: Peer-editing, 3 pages of draft Friday March 15th: 4 pages of draft due Wednesday March 20th: full draft due Friday March 22nd: Final copy due  Individual research presentations start  4-5 minutes about the research essay  Alphabetically by last name Final Exam Articles: Stanford prison Bully at school Carol Kelly  Bully is a hot topic given the things that have happened in the recent past o Can't get hysterical about it, have to maintain balance and perspective about it  This article is one of the first attempts to take bullying at look at in Canadian school o Written before cyber bullying took off, lack of technological effect o Takes research done from Europe and applied to Canadian schools  Terrorize others  Knowledge deficit: area of research that really hasn’t been carried out or taken off  Certain names will pop up throughout the articles, know the most common ones  Bullying: childhood aggression o Ongoing relation between bullies and their victims  Olweus is one of the most important sources o Bullying is something that happens over and over again  Boys tend to be more physical, girls tend to be bully with exclusion etc.  Gossip and exclusion is in the bullying category  Type of evidence being used is self-report questionnaires, surveys  50% of bully victims were bullied more than once or twice a term o 7% are bullies are 9% are victims o 5% of victims said there were severe
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