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Welcome to the Troubles of Youth Wiki!

 

This is the Wiki website for the Troubles of Youth unit, taught in the Department of Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University. Currently, the site is fairly basic, but please feel free to contact me if there is something you wish to add.

 

Dan Ellingworth  (d.m.ellingworth@mmu.ac.uk )

 


Unit Announcements

 

Next Week (15th December)

There will be no face-to-face seminars on the 15th December, but Chris (GM4.11) and I (GM4.03) will be in our offices in the seminar times to answer any questions you have about the coursework. You could also email us. I will be posting (shortly) a sheet of coursework advice as well. The lecture is on, though.

 


 

Seminar Groups:

Please click HERE to get a full list of the groups - this was lasted updated on Monday 13th October at 10.50am. It is important you check - you may have been moved from the group you signed up for. If anyone asks, the unit is now FULL.

 

Please note that when you get the Unit Outline, the word length for the assessments is incorrect: the word limit for both pieces of coursework is 2500 words.

 

The coursework schedule is as follows: Coursework One: 9.2.09 : Coursework Two: 20.04.09

 


 

As it stands, the wikisite has three sections

 

  1. Unit Administration - this contains lecture outlines, class times and details of assessments etc.

  2. Lecture Notes - this contains files of brief lecture notes.

  3. Seminar Materials - this contains readings, questions and other material relating to seminars

 

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