©SSRIC; Last Modified 19 May 1999

Proposal Authors FAQs
Copyright Accessibility


This project was funded by the California State University (CSU) Academic Opportunity Fund (AOF) for instructional technology development. The proposal was submitted by the Social Science Research and Instructional Council (SSRIC) and was awarded for the 98-98 academic year.

Our complete proposal is at: aofprop.htm

The following links will take you to other CSU servers:


Name and
Home Page
E-mail Address Campus and
Nan Chico nchico@csuhayward.edu CSU Hayward
Sociology & Social Services
JeDon Emenhiser jae1@axe.humboldt.edu Humboldt State University
Government & Politics
Jim Gerber jgerber@sciences.sdsu.edu CSU San Diego
John Korey jlkorey@csupomona.edu Cal State Poly Pomona
Political Science
Edward Nelson ednelson@csufresno.edu Fresno State
Elizabeth Nelson elizn@csufresno.edu Fresno State
James Ross jross@csubak.edu CSU Bakersfield
Phil Silverman psilverman@csubak.edu CSU Bakersfield
Gene Turner eugene.turner@csun.edu CSU Northridge
Larry Herringer lherringer@csuchico.edu CSU Chico


Our goal is to have maximum compatibility with all the CSU campus labs as well as with instructor and student home computers, regardless of platform, browser, or bandwidth. The HTML has been validated through WebTechs, and every page was tested on Netscape 4.x, Internet Explorer 4.x, and Lynx (which is a text-only browser), using both PCs and Macs.

We have also tried to meet the accessibility standards for people with varying degrees of mobility, vision, and hearing difficulties, though some of our pages have a great many tables and are unavoidably visually-oriented.


All written materials on this website are copyrighted (©) by SSRIC and the various Authors. Data sets are copyrighted (©) by The Field Poll, Roper, the National Opinion Research Center and other organizations as indicated.

The teaching materials available on this site were designed to be used by educational institutions. They may be downloaded, edited, reprinted and redistributed only where stated.

Permission is hereby granted to individuals (for non profit use) and non-profit institutions to create links from a WWW page to any document on the site and to download, edit and reprint material where approval is stated, as long as it is clear in the printed material or from the link context that these materials are not owned or affiliated with any project or organization other than SSRIC and The California State University System.

Editors and authors of magazines, trade journals, books, "educational partners" and other print or electronic media must obtain written permission to reproduce or utilize any part of this site.

 CSU faculty members and other educators, on the other hand, can do just about anything they want with the modules and exercises we have created, though we would appreciate a footnote!