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Name of course : Japanese Religions
Description : Survey of various strands of Japanese religious life from prehistoric times until present. Kami worship; primary Buddhist schools in Japan; Japanese Christianity; Confucianism; and New Religions.
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 Spring 2010
Class Instructor Days Time Books Users
REL 334 section 001 Schmid TuTh 300PM-415PM 0 0
 Spring 2005
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REL 334 section 001 Schmid % 3
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course :REL 334
course rating :1 - Bad
course comments :Material was interesting, but made stressful by bad preparation and planning. 1800+ pages of reading. Avoid.
class :Spring 2005 section 001
grade received :A
class rating :1 - Bad
class comments :Attendance policy was odd and arbitrary - if you came during Dead Week, you got like 5x credit, so people who never were there except on Dead Week did better than those who were there otherwise. I made all my classes, so I'm not sure what benefit I got. Tests were 93 - 100 - 92, the 92 was from when he ended class 4 minutes early to attend a meeting with the Dean while we were taking a test (3:21). The last question was a 30-point essay question.
instructor :Schmid
instructor rating :0 - Horrible
instructor comments :He entered the class and got the attention of the class by slamming the door and yelling angrily, "CLASS." He assigned over 1800 pages of reading, most of which was not graded. He seemed very moody and demanded prior knowledge of material. He also ended a test to attend a meeting with the dean, leaving 5 students up a creek on the last 30 point essay. He was insanely lazy, and gave us 9-page study guides 36 hours before tests. Always on the run.

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