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Norco College COURSE SYLLABUS Course: Introduction to Sociology Instructor: Dr. Khalil Andacheh Office Phone: (951) 372-7026 Office Location: Science Technology #205A E-mail [email protected] # 30280 MTWTHTEXTBOOK Author: Henry L. Ticshler Title: Introduction to Sociology Publisher: Cengage Student Learning Out come The discipline of sociology analyzes a vast number of social issues, and we deal with these issues in our daily lives. To understand the causes, effects and associations of those phenomena, sociologists classify, analyze and predict those social issues scientifically. After completing this course, student should apply following course materials in their real life: A. In this introductory course, you will become acquainted with the basic concepts of sociology, sociological theory, their foundation and significance within the sociological imagination.B. you will learn how, with the help of sociological theories and the sociological imagination sociologists study: 1. The Sociological Perspective 2. Doing Sociology: Research Method 3. Culture 4. Socialization and development 5. Social Interaction 6. Social Groups and Organization 7. Deviant Behavior and Social Control 8. Social class in the United States 9. Global Stratification 10. Racial and Ethnic Minorities 11. Gender Stratification 12. Marriage and Alternative Family Arrangement 13. Religion 14. Education 15. Political and Economic Systems 16. Population and Urban Society 17. Health and Aging118. Collective Behavior and Social Change Schedule of Covered chapters1. The Sociological Perspective( January 3/4)2. Doing Sociology: Research Method (January5/6) 3. Culture (January10/11) 4. Socialization and development (January12/13) TEST#1 (January) 13 5. Social Interaction (January18) 6. Social Groups and Organization (January 19) 7. Deviant Behavior and Social Control (January20) 8. Social class in the United States (January20) TEST#2 (January24) 9. Global Stratification (January25) 10. Racial and Ethnic Minorities (January26) 11. Gender Stratification (January27) 12. Marriage and Alternative Family Arrangement (January27) TEST# 3 (January31) 13. Religion (February1) 14. Education (February2) 15. Political and Economic Systems (February3) 16. Population and Urban Society (February7) 17. Health and Aging (February8) 18. Collective Behavior and Social Change (February9) Final Exam (February10) REMINDER#1: You are responsible for all lectures and textbook materials REMINDER#2: This course cover some sensitive materials please, do not generalize or stereotype to any ethnic group. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION A. Lecture B. Basic Text Reading C. Audio-Visual Aids ADMINISTRATION 1. Attendance at all class sessions is mandatory. (More than four absences Automatically you will be dropped). 2. No beverages or food in the classroom. 3. No trafficking in the classroom. 4. Cell phones should be turned off in the classroom. 5. Anyone who plagiarizes/cheats will receive an “F”on the assignment or Test. 6. Instructor has the right to change the content of this syllabus at any time. 2GRADING SCALE The following grading scale will be adhered to: 90-100 percent =A 80- 89 percent = B 70- 79 percent = C 60- 69 percent = D <60 percent = FMETHOD OF EVALUATION 1. Tree midterm examinations (each worth 80 points) (320 points) 2. Final examination (120 question) (120 Points) Total Points (440 Points)Disable Student: Disability Act of America ensures that all disable students have an equalopportunity to have access academic programs and successfully complete theireducational goals. Riverside Community College is committed to provideaccessibility to all disable students. Any disable student who need to adjust himselfto college life please, contact the disable office at 951 372 7070 or 951 222 8062 STRUCTURE OF EXAMS 1. All exams will consist of multiple-choice questions. 2. Each student is required to have four scantron answer sheets the type of Scantron - Green Rectangular 3. Midterms and the final exam will be based on lecture and textbook readings. 4. THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP EXAMINATION FOR ANY REASON/S. SCHEDULEOF EXAM TEST# 1 (January 13) Chapters (1/2/3and 4) TEST# 2 (January24) Chapters (5/6/7/and 8) TEST# 3 (January31) Chapters 9/10/11/and 12) Final Exam (February10) Chapters 13/14/15/16/17/ and


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