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Friday, August 10, 2012

INDOCTRINATION STUDIES

Academic indoctrination by leftist professors is rampant in American college and university classrooms. This section of Discover The Networks shows examples of this indoctrination in action. The curricula and courses listed on this page do not represent comprehensive listings, either for the universities in question or for universities generally. They are intended only to illustrate the problem of academic indoctrination, where institutions of higher education fail to fulfill what UC Berkeley president Robert Gordon Sproul identified as "the function of the university" in 1934, or fail to protect the "academic freedom" that Professor Stanley Fish described in 2006.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THIS SECTION (By David Horowitz)

CONTENTS OF THIS PAGE (Click on the bullet points to jump to the desired category):

1) CURRICULAR STUDIES (Return to top):
* This section includes resources documenting the leftwing bias that pervades particular fields of study and particular universities.


* African American Studies / Black Studies
* English
* Labor Studies
* Multicultural Studies
* Peace Studies
* Raza (Race) Studies
* Social Work Education
* Sociology
* Whiteness Studies
* Women's Studies / Feminist Studies

Specific Schools:

* Arizona State University
* Arizona State University's School of Justice and Social Inquiry
* Columbia University
* Miami University (Ohio)
* Penn State University
* Temple University
* University of Arizona
* University of California at Santa Cruz
* University of Colorado
* University of Colorado at Boulder
* University of Missouri
* University of Pittsburgh
* University of Southern California
* University of Texas
* Willamette University


2) THE INDOCTRINATION LOBBY (Return to top):

"Free Exchange on Campus" and Its Member Groups
By Discover The Networks


3) SAMPLE INDOCTRINATION COURSES (Return to top):
The Rhetorics of Imprisonment: Globalization and the Prison Industrial Complex (Georgia Southern University)
Spring 2007
Major Women Writers, 1890-Present (University of Missouri-Columbia)Winter 2007

Sex And Racism (University of Pittsburgh)
Winter 2007

Collective Behavior and Social Movements (University of Arizona)
Fall 2006
Racism and Capitalism (University of Pittsburgh)
Winter 2007
Peace Movements and Peace Education (University of Pittsburgh)
Winter 2007
Introduction to American Studies (Pennsylvania State University)
Winter 2007
Global Feminisms (Pennsylvania State University)
Winter 2007
Inequality in America (Pennsylvania State University)
Winter 2007
Women's World Movements (California State University at Fullerton)
S
pring 2006
Women's Studies (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Winter 2006

Introduction to Women's Studies (Penn State University)
Spring 2005

Urban Society: 'Race,' Class, and Gender in the City (Temple University)
Fall 2004

Women, Globalization, and Resistance (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Fall 2004

Feminist Theory and Rhetorical Criticism (University of Texas at Austin)
Summer 2003

Rhetoric of Social Movements (University of Texas at Austin)
Summer 2002

Social Welfare (Kansas State University)
Spring 2002

Introduction to Women's Studies (Ball State University)
Spring 2002

Communicating Gender in America (University of Texas at Austin)
Fall 2001

Communication and Social Change (University of Texas at Austin)
Fall 2000

Rhetoric and Ideology (University of Texas at Austin)
Spring 2000

Racism and Sexism (Penn State University)
Spring 1998


4) SAMPLE RAW CURRICULUM FILES (Return to top):
Syracuse University (with commentary)
Various years and semesters

Portland State University (University Studies)
Various years and semesters
Arizona State University
Various years and semesters
Penn State University
Various years and semesters
Temple University
Various years and semesters
University of Arizona
Various years and semesters
University of Colorado - Boulder
Various years and semesters
University of Texas - Austin
Various years and semesters
University of Texas - Austin (History Department)
Various years and semesters
University of Texas: American Studies Department
Various years and semesters
University of California - Santa Cruz
Various years and semesters
Columbia University
Various years and semesters
Duke UniversityVarious years and semesters
Miami UniversityVarious years and semesters
University of Missouri
Various years and semesters
University of Southern California
Various years and semesters

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