Cultural Interfaces: Research Blogging, Fall 2008

This week, my students begin their research blogging assignment, which asks them to post a blog entry that focuses on their assessment of a specific source, interview, survey results, or even their own developing argument as part of their research process. All the student projects are focused on a particular culture or subculture as their starting point; however, from past experience, I know that they will evolve into very sharp, focused arguments over the next few weeks.

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