Applied Formal Models: Collective Action and Social Movements

Richard Anderson

Applied Formal Models: Collective Action and Social Movements

Political Science department

Richard Anderson

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Aug. 4, 2012 Grade Received: N/A

TAKE A CLASS WITH THIS PROFESSOR. He could probably beat out the most interesting man in the world for his title. I took him for two upper divs, and I loved his classes. The material is really interesting; he makes you think in ways that other professors can't (or don't care enough to). There is no midterm, and the final is a 20 page paper. Honestly I was really scared by that too, but as long as you have a pulse and go to class there's no way you won't pick up his argument along the way. Once you get the point down the rest of the paper isn't too time-consuming. Do the readings and speak up in class when you can cause it'll be to your benefit. He tells you exactly what he wants and expects from you, so listen when he talks! You won't regret it

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