Methods of Submission & Return of Marked Work

1) Conventional paper submission using cover sheets at the end of this syllabus by 5pm Friday 11 June (Week 13) to Essay Boxes next to Morven Brown Room 161: One of two options

a) Submit such work with a Stamped Self Addressed envelope and it will be posted to you when the assessment is completed. If you are uncertain of the weight, you may use an Australia Post "Express Delivery" satchel. The one permitting up to 3kg should be more than adequate

b) Submit such work without a Stamped Self Addressed envelope and you must make an appointment with the Administrative Staff to collect your work after assessment.

2) e–mail submission before midnight, Friday 11 June to <g.mccall@unsw.edu.au>. I will send comments and marks by e–mail after the assessment has been made.

Faculty and School general policy on extensions shall apply for work not submitted on time. All work not submitted according to this policy will receive the grade of AF for absent work..

Attendance at tutorials is mandatory. Only in this way can you derive maximum benefit from the subject. You may do your research alone, or in a group.

The assessment is weighted in the following way:

1). Final Essay (3 000 to 4 000 words) 60%

2). Final Essay proposal (1 000 words) 20%

3). Tutorial contribution (presentation & discussion) 20%

Total 100%

All students should be familiar with "Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Student Rights and Responsibilities" printed on pages 52 to 54 of the School of Sociology’s 1999 Handbook.

 


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