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  1. Oct 2016
    1. We reject the null hypothesis of no difference in instructor behavior between the classroom types for all four variables in this category

      Just like the student has to change their dynamic depending on the instructor, the instructor has to change their dynamic based off of the people that are in the class

    1. But deciding where they should change and shower and use the bathroom has been trickier

      This is the area where we have to educate the public and come up with new idea on how to go about making the inclusion easier for everyone involved. Part of the problem is the fact that we talk about what a problem it is, we have created the problem of inclusion based off of the rhetoric in which we talk about it

    2. in principle open to all, but the terms for entering them have been fixed.

      the public bathrooms are "open to all" but then we go around trying to tell people that they can or cannot use them. Our society has spread the idea that we are inclusive and accepting of all, and here we are saying that some people cant use the bathroom with the gender that they identify as.

  2. Sep 2016
    1. individuals understand themselves by means of mass media

      I think this is such an interesting idea, especially because of how bias media is. You see so many people these days that trust the very first thing they read on twitter, facebook, buzz feed etc.

    1. In fact, it

      Intro, IC

    2. changes, or


    3. habit, not

      IC, FANBOY

    4. lace, crisis, and discourse

      X, Y, and Z

    5. Instead, I

      This is an intro, IC

    6. care, impact, memory, and decidability

      These are all x, y, and z commas.

    7. networks are not human

      Networks are the way that things interact in the same environment too. This school is a network of students faculty and others, we do not all connect to one another but together we are a huge network that works together to make the school function in the way that it does. The time you walk on the quad and the time that you go to TDR, if you even go there, affects the network of this area.

    8. local, face-to-face

      Such a lost concept in the world that we live in today. all communication is through a screen, we are even on the verge of loosing calls as so many people have decided to only text.

    9. the investigation of networked relations

      Kind of relating this to the text we read for class the other day, this made me think of the possibility that the networks and connections we make are all decided for us before we even know. The different environments that we grow up in and that force us to interact with people or not interact with people could also be the way that we network and could limit certain people and help develop others.

    1. ha ve confronted concepts like architecture, the built environment, mu-nicipal infrastructure, space, and place in the context of class and race.

      Did our founders, and architects of major cities design them in the sense of how race and class would be affected? Where we all already chosen where to live based off of these differences?

    2. that physical design regulates and that the built environment controls human behavior.

      What about the built environment controls our human behavior on campus? Such has having the Quad right in the center of campus as a form of social gathering. When developing new areas every deception ad placement of something will affect our behavior in that newly formed environment.