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May 2 – Focus Groups and the Problem of Involvement

John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Thiess-Morss, Congress as Public Enemy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1995, pages 84-105 and 171-173.

May 4 – The Problem of Case Selection

David Collier, James Mahoney, and Jason Seawright, “Claiming Too Much:  Warnings about Selection Bias,” pages 87-105 in Henry E. Brady and David Collier, editors, Rethinking Social Inquiry:  Diverse Tools, Shared Standards.  Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.

--------------------------------------------HW 5 Due May 9 ---------------------------------------

May 9 – The Value of Common Sense and Review

Gordon C.S. Smith and Jill P. Pell, “Parachute Use to Prevent Death and Major Trauma Related to Gravitational Challenge: Systematic Review of Randomised Controlled Trials,” British Medical Journal, 2003 (327) pages 1459-1461.  

-----------------------------Final Examination Thursday May 18 at 8-11am --------------------------------------

May 18 – Final Examination – 8-11am.   Location:  To be arranged.  

Summary of Important Dates

Homework Number 1 – Due Tuesday, February 14th at 8 am.

Homework Number 2 – Due Tuesday, February 28th at 8 am.

Midterm Examination—Thursday, March 9th in class

Homework Number 3 – Due Tuesday, April 4th at 8 am.

Homework Number 4 – Due Tuesday, April 25th at 8 am.

Homework Number 5 – Due Tuesday, May 9th at 8 am.

Final Examination – Thursday, May 18th at 8-11am

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