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  Global Religious Diversity
  Schwadel
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: College 300
Class Size: Small
Language: English
Subject Area: Religion
DatePublished: 6/6/2018
Abstract: Global Religious Diversity is an online course for upper-division undergraduate students. It is not required but it does count toward the Sociology major and minor. My goal was to create a course that focuses on interactions between people and groups from different religions in the increasingly multicultural and interconnected global...


 
  Digital Culture - Undergraduate
  Arditi, Miller
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: Any
Class Size: Any
Language: English
Subject Area: Communication and Information Technologies
DatePublished: 2/24/2020
Abstract: Idealist thinking marked the development of the Internet and digital technologies, especially in the 1990s. Writers, both academic and popular, imagined a more democratic world where information would be unrestricted, communication would erase space, and technologies would free our time. In many ways, rhetoric about the Internet and other digital...


 
  PM 542: Social Network Analysis
  Valente
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: Graduate
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: This course is an introduction to the theory, methods and procedures of network analysis with emphasis on applications to public health programs. The goal of the course is to provide a working knowledge of the concepts and methods used to describe and analyze networks so that professionals and researchers...


 
  Social Networks Seminar
  Friedkin
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: College 400
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: The purpose of this seminar is to explore and discuss the frontier of substantive (non-methodological) research on social networks in Sociology, where this frontier is manifested in articles that have appeared in mainstream sociological journals. Since orientation of the course is substantive, we will not be spending much time on...


 
  Social Network Analysis
  Gartrell
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: College 300
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: We all inhabit social networks, yet like fish in water, we are often not conscious of their presence or aware of their impact on our lives. This course will introduce you to the network way of viewing the social world, to its history, major findings, methods, and models. In addition...


 
  Sociology 380: Social Network Analysis- Laboratory Exercises 4
  Collom
Resource Type: Class Activity
Class Level: College 300
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: This assignment is based on material covered in Scott’s chapters 4 and 5. You need to be familiar with the following network measures: density, degree, closeness, and betweenness.


 
  Analysis of Social Network Data, Possible “Show and Tell” Projects
  Faust
Resource Type: Assignment
Class Level: College 400
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: Each person is expected to give brief social network analysis “show and tell” presentations on four occasions during the quarter. These will take place during the first part of class and may be in any reasonable format. The list below gives some things you might do and approximate weeks...


 
  Social Networks, SCS6345
  Prell
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: Graduate
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: This is considered an introduction to social networks as a methodological approach to perceiving and studying the social world and to social network analysis, a method of gathering and analyzing data on social networks. Students will be introduced to main concepts and readings within the social network literature, methods for...


 
  The Political Economy of Social Movements
  Wood
Resource Type: Syllabus
Class Level: College 200
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Collective Behavior/Social Movements
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: Social movements are intrinsic to societies characterized by unequal access to property, political power, and cultural resources. In this course, the relevance of political economy to the study of social movements will be critically reviewed in relation to other approaches. This course compares a political economy approach to studying social...


 
  Web Resources
  Tindall
Resource Type: Website Lists
Class Level: College 400
Class Size:
Language: English
Subject Area: Social Networks
DatePublished: 4/26/2010
Abstract: WEB RESOURCES regarding Social Networks.


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