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David A. Spath, BSW, MSW, Adjunct Faculty Sociology


 

Mailbox: F250 Fallston Hall (Social Science Dept.)

Email: dspath@harford.edu



 Syllabus

 Assignments and Grading

 Announcements

Lecture Slides

Links

Textbook Website

 

 

Sociology Program Description

This program prepares students for transfer to baccalaureate programs in sociology, social policy, or social work. Sociology as a major field of study prepares students for careers in both government and business, such as criminology and penology, research and demography, clinical and counseling services, personnel work, and human services.

Sociology 101 Course Description

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

This course is the scientific study of society. Detailed consideration is given to culture, social control and deviation, social groups, social instruction, social stratification, ethnic minorities, demography, the community, social change and collective behavior. Three lecture hours per week.

Syllabus

Soc 101 Fall 2010 Monday Course **REVISED** 11/15/2010 (101-21, #41256)

Assignments and Grading

Grading Worksheet Monday Evening Class

Grading Rubric

Analytical Journals

Research Project

 

Announcements

 

 

Lecture Power Point Slides

 

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

 

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

 

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

 

Chapter 8

Chapter 11

 

Links

Research Paper Style Format (MLA and APA)

The Owl at Purdue (more MLA styles)

The Writing Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Critique Writing

Dartmouth Writing Program

 
 

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