$ 11.00
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Descripción del Curso

  "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)

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Intelecom Learning
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13 horas
Udemy
$ 11.00
solo este curso
Detalles del Curso
en
en
Intelecom Learning
Ritmo propio
Principiante
13 horas
Descripción del Curso

  "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)