AbstractThis course guide should assist you in the organization of your efforts toward successful completion of this course. Careful study of its contents will enable you to organize and prepare for this class. In this course, we will examine both classical and contemporary sociological theory and do so through films. There will be a strong interrelationship...
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- College 200
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Usage NotesThis is a semester long course. Overarching goals are buttressed by more specific course content goals such as understanding human behavior, culture awareness, creative and critical thinking, history, life-long learning, communication, and self-awareness. Behavioral objectives include module quizzes; discussants; participation, and a final examination.
Learning Goals and Assessments
- 1. Describe and synthesize sociological concepts, principles, and theories used in the study of sociology; and 2. Apply the sociological theory to the study of the social world from multiple levels of analysis;
- 3. Explain the human experience from a sociological perspective and 4. Analyze and discuss a social institution from the perspective of sociology;
- 5. Apply and evaluate sociological theories to the world of film and 6. Demonstrate the ability to communicate all of the above effectively, both orally and in writing.
- ANALYZE it, using sociological theories and concepts;
- DISCUSS the strengths and weaknesses of sociological theories and concepts in general;
- PREDICT, using sociological theories and concepts, the organizational and societal consequences of a major change in a significant social institution in American society.