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Your Panel Discussion
15 November 2012
Justice Alan Page and UMD Students on Panel
15 November 2012
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  • Your Panel Discussions (Sign up to lead 3) consists of . . . .


  • For your panel presentation you are expected to do research beyond the materials contained in the texts

  • Everyone is expected to read all of the chapters of the text Anthropology and Contemporary Human Problems, Sixth Edition, carefully, not just the two chapters that happen to be the subject of one's panel discussions

  • Your Research Project Presentation is separate from your panel discusson

    • your Panel Discussion Groups should be different from your Term Project group

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