Mary's project is a culminating project of original research, scholarship, or creative performance undertaken in the senior year. Introduction to Sociology 4E This course examines social order and change using fundamental sociological concepts. It establishes a framework for the systematic and critical interpretation of society and the analysis of social problems, and facilitates an understanding of how and why individuals and groups behave as they do.
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Additional readings may be required and are available on the course website, within their associated lesson. These readings complement the topics discussed in the course. A list of these films, their call numbers or URLs if they're available online is provided on the source website under "Handouts" in Course Content.
Many of these films can also be found on Netflix and Blockbuster, or at other local and university libraries. Expectations of this Course This is an online course, meaning that most of the course work will be conducted online.
Expectations for performance in an online course are the same as for a traditional course; in fact, online courses require a degree of self-motivation, self-discipline, and technology skills that can make them more demanding for some students.
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It is your responsibility to make sure your computer meets the minimum hardware requirements. Assessments in this course are not compatible with mobile devices and should not be taken through a mobile phone or a tablet.
Students are required to know every aspect of and requirement noted in the syllabus. Students are also required to review tutorials on Blackboard Learn 9 and its related components e.
Adobe Connect Pro, Discussion Boards, etc. Quiz will be available to students on August 20, Exams are structured within the following parameters: Exams will be made available from Friday at 1 AM through Saturday at You will have 75 minutes to complete each exam, the exam will automatically save and submit when time is up.
All exams are to be completed using the Respondus Lockdown Browser.
If you encounter any technical problems with the exam, contact FIU Online Support Services immediately and take note of your case number for future reference. There are no make-up exams. Scores will be received upon immediate submission of the exam. Feedback, submitted and correct answers will be released on the following Monday.
Each exam is worth points. Keep in mind that forum discussions are public, and care should be taken when determining what to post. Each week,you may choose from a variety of topics related to the readings for that week and write about the ways in which the material is relevant to their own life.
Students are required to write a minimum of 1, words for each posting. Discussion board posts are due by Sunday at Each posting is worth 16 points.
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Total points for the semester:The Political Sociology of Health Care (Starr) Paul Starr, Remedy and Reaction: The Peculiar American Struggle over Health Care Reform rev. ed. (Yale University Press, ), xi-xii, (Preface to the Revised Edition, Introduction). You will need to pass each quiz with a score of at least 80% to earn course progress 55,+ Effective Lessons · Easy To Learn · Taught By Experts · Learn Anywhere, AnytimeTypes: Practice tests & problems, Study guides, Questions & answers, Flashcards.
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Department of Sociology Course Outline Summer LAPS > Department of Sociology. AP/SOCI E: Introduction to Sociology Term SU: LECT Instructor(s): Garrett, Heather Lynn Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite.
Industrial Sociology – SOCI SEMESTER 3, 2 1. Outline the forces associated with the emergence of industrial society and explain some of the ways in which they changed society. Harry Lum Day. Come celebrate the generosity of Professor Emeritus Jackson Lum and his wife, Muriel Lum.