Intro to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology - Shannon 102 (f2f) - Fall 2018

Syllabus | Schedule | Online Media | Notes | Research | Grades

Week 15 :: Course Concluded


Plickers Group Quiz Final Standings:
(click for prize explanations and rules)

Golden Points! 12:30pm
section
2:00pm
section
1st
+2 final grade
88.2

Fantastic Four

89.8

Heat

2nd
+1 final grade
87.8

Power

88.0

Dynasty

3rd
+5 final exam
80.0

Hi 5!

84.5

Ruof

4th
+3 final exam
76.8

Food

82.5

Nike

5th
+2 final exam
71.4

Brainiacs

78.6

Wavey



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TEXTBOOK FORMATS:

1) Read Online - http://cnx.org/content/col11407/latest/

2) Download the PDF version (free)

3) or, purchase a print copy on Amazon.com ($20)


 

Final Exam Review Sheet

Final Exam Jeopardy

 


Note: Research Report 3 (and any other old assignments/exams) were returned to you at the final exam. If you are taking the exam in the accessibility office or elsewhere, or did not get your papers, you may pick them up in the box next to my office door (205 Crawford) through the end of the final exam week.

Online Media
have concluded


Careers Poster

Recommended Reading:
Careers in Sociology


COURSE THEMES:

FATE v. FREE WILL
Topic: Individual and Society

TRUTH v. FALSEHOOD 
Topic: Values and Culture

NATURE v. NURTURE  
Topic: Socialization

FAÇADE v. REALITY         
Topic: Social Construction

JUDGMENT v. COMPASSION          
Topic: Social Groups & Conformity

NORM v. ANOMIE          
Topic: Deviance & Crime/War

EQUALITY v. INEQUALITY    
Topic: U.S. Social Classes

MATH v. HUMANITY        
Topic: Human Population

MAN v. NATURE         
Topic: Environment and Society


Know Yourself - and find
your passion! like this guy:

Dub FX - "Made"


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ONLINE MEDIA
OM10 Online Media B1: Watch Plan B for Civilization Part 1 and Part 2, featuring Matt Damon and Lester Brown (PBS, 2011)
OMB2 Online Media B2:
Watch Power Surge (PBS Nova, 2015)
OMB1 Online Media 10: The Overpopulation Myth (Hans Rosling, YouTube, 2014)
OM9 Online Media 9: A Radical Experiment in Empathy (Sam Richards, TEDx, 2010)
OM8

Online Media 8: The Global Subordination of Women (Cynthia Fuchs-Epstein, American Sociological Review, 2007)

OM7

Online Media 7: Crash Course Sociology, Episode #20, Crime (11:36 YouTube, 2017)

OM6 Online Media 6: Documentary on Six Degrees of Separation, (Top Documentary Films, 2009)
OM5

Online Media 5:
George Mead's "I & Me" sense of self (Sharon Link, 2009)

OM4 Online Media 4:
Crash Course in Sociology video on Social Interaction and Performance
(YouTube, 2017, 11:38)
OM3

Online Media 3:
A Mini-Guide to Essential Questions
, pamphlet by Linda Elder and Richard Paul, 2009

OM2 Online Media 2:
Science vs. Common Sense
, TedX Dec 1 2011, feat. Duncan Watts
OM1 Online Media 1:
Crash Course in Sociology #1, "What is Sociology?" YouTube, 2017, 9:42)

 

Introduction to Sociology | Fall 2018 | Prof. Kurt Reymers