and out of the classroom is disruptive to all and is discouraged. Avoid walking in and out of class as well as other disruptions that disturb the productivity of the class. We will have a break half way through the period.E.
Finally, I also discourage students from bringing copious amounts of food to class. Unlessthere are some extraordinary circumstances, please exercise some constraint and have your meals outside of class time.
1. Review and follow honor code guidelines regarding plagiarism. Submitting an assignment thatincludes plagiarized material can earn you expulsion from the university at worst, a grade of ³0´at best or an F in the course.2. Submit all formal writing double-spaced, in 12-point type using Times New Roman font.3. Conform to a standard academic citation style, specifically the American PsychologicalAssociation (APA) style.4. Make sure that each of your documents notes the title, your name, course number and e-mailaddress.5. Cite all material that is not your own,
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All written assignments must be submitted in class on the day they are due according to theguidelines outlined above and per the assignment description. Only in exceptional circumstances(determined by me) can you turn in an assignment late but you need to make that arrangementwith me
. All late work, once it is not turned in by the date on the syllabus, is penalized by 25% for the first day (which is calculated from after the end of the class period),and 50% for the second day.
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Please note that as the semester gets very busy, I can take up to two weeks to have papers gradedand returned to you. Final grades are posted on MyQueens at the end of the semester. Legally Icannot send you final grades via email so be patient for final grades to be posted. Gradedmaterials that have not been distributed by the end of the semester may be collected at my officein the following semester.
All persons who engage in research that involves interaction with human subjects are expected to behave in the most ethical manner in conducting this research. Queens University of Charlottesupports the growing efforts by faculty and students to engage in research projects and in thefield of Communication, much of this research involves direct interaction with people. As laidout by federal guidelines instituted by the Office of Human Subjects Research under the NationalInstitute of Health, all persons engaging in research involving human subjects are required tofollow certain protocol for the specific protection of at-risk populations. Given that you willengage in research as part of this course, and that you may use research methods that requirehuman interaction (questionnaires, focus groups, interviews), all procedures set out by theQueens University of Charlotte Institutional Review Board must be followed. This may requirethe completion of a human subjects research tutorial and the submission of various forms to the