- SLO1: Develop the ability to analyze everyday experience from a sociological perspective (Chap 1-3)
- SLO2: Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific nature of social research (Chap 4-7)
This course is a study of human behavior in society, including social groups, culture, personality, social stratification, social change, collective behavior and social institutions.
- Front Matter
- 1: Understand how social forces influence people.
- 2: Apply sociological imagination to recognize inequality of race, gender and class.
- 3: Evaluate how institutions and organizations impact individuals.
- 4: Understand the components of research.
- 5: Develop an ability to interpret facts through critical thinking and the use of the inquiry method.
- 6: Recognize the various methods of research.
- 7: Compare and contrast the three sociological theories.
- Back Matter
Open Educational Resources
- https://2012books.lardbucket.org/books/sociology-comprehensive-edition/index.html (resource for this class)