[NYCUUVAGC] UVA student answers to early poll on Cech Passion's and Values

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June 23, 2022 - 5:00pm

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Within the first two weeks of the spring 2022 semester at UVA I had them read the introductory chapter of Erin Cech's "Trouble with Passion". During synchronous and asynchronous class time I encouraged them to consider what they value and the origin of what they feel are their values and expectations for a meaningful life. A questionnaire was presented to them. One question was built up from my own experience as a teacher and a second was open ended. You can see the diversity of identity, value, and influence claims made in the table.

Reference:

Hall, C. (2013). The trouble with passion: Political theory beyond the reign of reason. Routledge.

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Sean M. Ferguson, "[NYCUUVAGC] UVA student answers to early poll on Cech Passion's and Values", contributed by Sean M. Ferguson, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 23 June 2022, accessed 1 July 2022. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/nycuuvagc-uva-student-answers-early-poll-cech-passions-and-values