Introduction to Sociology - Fall 2020


Syllabus | Schedule | Online Media | Notes | OPRs | Grades


Week 9. Exam and Report
Oct 19: Review Textbook, Chapters 4 & 5
Oct 20: Review Textbook, Chapter 6 & 7
Oct 21-23: Take Exam 2 (available on Blackboard)
Exam 2! Prepare with this REVIEW SHEET

*Report: OPR 2 due Friday, Oct. 23

(No new Quiz, Discussion Post, or Online Media assignments are due this week)

We have reached our second AMNESTY PERIOD! This week until Friday at 9pm, you may submit any late assignment given since the last exam (assignments related to Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7), including Discussions, Quizzes, and Online Media. No late penalty will apply if submitted by Friday at 9pm.


Blackboard Link
1) Click here. 2) Sign in. 3) Click SOCI 101.

YOUR TEXTBOOK
introstax
Textbook Formats:
1http://cnx.org/content/col11407/latest/
Download the PDF version (free)
3) orPurchase a print copy on Amazon.com (~$25)


Sociology Quote of the Week

Alex Pope

"Strength of mind is exercise, not rest."
~ Alexander Pope

No Online Media this week


 


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ONLINE MEDIA VIDEO/READINGS
Deviance video

Online Media SOCI7:
Exploring Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
(YouTube, Dallas Telelearning, 2002, 28 minutes)

Questions

OM6

Online Media SOCI6:
Six Degrees of Separation at Top Documentary Videos (YouTube, 2009, 46 minutes)

Questions

OM5

Online Media SOCI5:
Ego as a Social Construction
by After Skool feat. Alan Watts (YouTube, 2020, 10:36)

Questions

OM4

Online Media SOCI4:
Crash Course in Sociology video on Social Interaction and Performance (YouTube, 2017, 11:38)

Questions

OM3b Online Media SOCI3:
Read "The Culture of Fear" by Frank Furedi (Spiked, 2007) and watch the Interview with the author of the book The Culture of Fear, Barry Glassner (YouTube, 9 min)

Questions
Carl Sagan

Online Media SOCI2:
Watch this video about "The Fine Art
of Baloney Detection
" (by Carl Sagan)

Questions

Sociological Imagination

Online Media SOCI1:
Watch this video about the "sociological imagination" and read these excerpts from C. Wright Mills'.

Questions

 

More info on the online media assignments:

Each week, except exam weeks (see the course schedule) you will be reponsible for completing and submitting by email a weekly online activity. This may entail doing a reading or watching a video made available online, or performing some other kind of activity. Instructions will be posted weekly right here on the webpage by Monday and will be due (by email) on Friday at 5pm of each week. You should e-mail your completed assignment to reymers@morrisville.edu, with the subject heading of "SOCI#" (with "#" being the number of that week's online activity, as noted above).


 

careers

Recommended Reading:
Careers in Sociology

Introduction to Sociology | Fall 2020 | Prof. Kurt Reymers