h264, yuv420p, 640x480|ENGLISH, aac, 48000 Hz, 2 Channels | 13h 07 mn | 8.05 GB Created by: Intelecom Learning A comprehensive introduction to college-level Sociology concepts and principles. What you'll learn Understand the broad scope of sociology and its relevance to human existence. Apply the sociological imagination by examining our society's beliefs and values. Define how societies are shaped and identify structures, institutions, or dynamics causing change. Evaluate social structures using major sociological perspectives; conflict, functional and symbolic interaction and discuss the consequences. Recognize appropriate scientific research processes and procedures. Describe stereotypes and myths concerning social structures including race, class, gender, education, religion and media. Requirements System requirements: PC, laptop or mobile device (with Udemy app) and broadband connectivity. Course requirements: There are no pre-requisite or other course requirements. Description "The Way We Live" is a comprehensive introduction to Sociology and self-paced online course that combines the real world immediacy and intimacy of professionally-produced video with the free, open-source, peer-reviewed textbook "Introduction to Sociology" from OpenStax College. Noted sociologists provide insights for understanding social groups and institutions, social change, and the sociological forces of daily life. Areas of exploration include: Sociological Investigation Culture Social Interaction Groups and Organizations Deviance Sexuality Social and Global Stratification Race and Ethnicity Aging Economy and Work Politics and Government Family Education Religion Population and Urbanization Social Movements Students visit Delancy Street, an innovative alternative to the correctional system that focuses on rehabilitating instead of simply housing criminal offenders. They meet the people of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of the Pacific Northwest and learn how government land and water policies have affected them. They gain perspective about how thoroughly issues of gender saturate daily life in our society through the players on a women's professional football team. The course is organized in 22 sections and covers all of the topics commonly taught in college introductory courses in Sociology. It can be adopted as is for use as a complete online course, as a quality textbook replacement to existing courses, or for homework and test preparation (e.g. CLEP Exam) Who this course is for: Professors of Sociology looking to adopt low-cost, media-rich supplemental materials for their students. Anyone with an interest in the social groups, organizations and institutions that form the world around us. Students currently enrolled in (or considering enrolling in) Introduction to Sociology classes .
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