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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

 

MONDAY 26th JANUARY:

 

Apologies - I have a migraine so I won't be in for my seminars. Please go through the seminar task outlined below. PLEASE NOTE - Chris Fox is doing the lecture this afternoon, so it is going ahead.

 


  SEMINAR TASK FOR MONDAY 26th January

 

Please read the following documents in preparation for the seminar on Monday

 

Evaluation Seminar Outline and Guidance.doc

 

Home Office "British Experience of Scared Straight"  


 Coursework Advice can be found HERE. Please note that despite what it says in the Unit Outline, the word length for the assessments is 2500 words. Chris has also prepared a powerpoint presentation that is useful: it is availableHERE 


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.

 

 

 

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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