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The Society for Applied Sociology's Student Problem-Solving Exercise
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Price, Jammie, Catherine Mobley, and Judith Little Stephen Floyd Steele. 2010. “The Society for Applied Sociology’s Student Problem-Solving Exercise”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Since the early 1990's, the Society for Applied Sociology (SAS) has organized a consulting experience for students to learn how to apply sociology in real life. Each year, we choose a problem to work on by partnering with a client located in the city of the SAS annual conference. This experience enables students from around the country to work together,...

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Subject Area(s):
Applied Sociology/Evaluation Research
Resource Type(s):
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Class Level(s):
Any Level

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