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Glendale Community College-AZ
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Soc 101 - Introduction to Sociology

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GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY GLENDALE ARIZONA Fall Semester 2011 Classes meet in HTA 105 M W F 8 00 8 50 am M W F 9 00 9 50 am M W F 11 00 11 50 am Instructor Office Office Hours Telephone E mail Dr Carol A Jenkins Main Faculty Building 05 Room 136 Main MWF 10 00 10 50 am Main 623 845 3602 24 hr voice mail Main carol jenkins gcmail maricopa edu TEXT Required Macionis John 2010 SOCIOLOGY 13TH ed New Jersey Prentice Hall Section 17056 Section 17058 Section 17060 North Administrative Services Building North T Th 9 00 9 50am no telephone access HARDBACK Required Jenkins Carol 2011 Introduction to Sociology Student Learning Resources Packet separate purchase test prep questions professor lecture notes research notes handouts chapter quiz questions answer sheets may be purchased at the GCC Main campus Copy Center not bookstore anytime after August 15 2011 COURSE DESCRIPTION The systematic study of social behavior and human groups particularly the influence of culture socialization social structure stratification social institutions differentiation by region race ethnicity gender age class and socio cultural change upon people s attitudes and behaviors COURSE GOALS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES Successful completion of the course should enable you to 1 describe the sociological imagination foundational concepts principles and how they apply in your life 2 describe the inter relatedness of basic sociological concepts culture socialization social structure institutions social change and differentiation by race ethnicity gender age class region urban rural 3 further develop analytical critical thinking skills by using the insights of sociology sociological perspectives 4 compare and contrast theoretical orientations in the development of sociological thought and apply those orientations to an area of social reality 5 describe the role of sociological methodology in building sociological knowledge identify and compare methodological



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