PUTTING SOCIOLOGY TO WORK
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
 2019 FALL SEMESTER COURSE READING SCHEDULE
PRIORIETARY LECTURE NOTES
SYLLABUS

AUGUST 19-20:    Chapter 1: What is Sociology  

AUGUST 21-22:    Review the Course Syllabus 

AUGUST 26-27:  What it means to be HUMAN 
               FACTORS: Biological - Psychological - Social
               The Basic Building Block - The Sociological Imagination

AUGUST 28-29:    What is Sociological Theory? - Symbolic Interaction

SEPTEMBER 2:    LABOR DAY - TCC CAMPUSES CLOSED
SEPTEMBER 3: 

SEPTEMBER 4-5:   Chapter 3: CULTURE

SEPTEMBER 9-10:  Chapter 4: SOCIALIZATION

SEPTEMBER 11-12: Chapter 2: NORMALITY, The Bell Curve

SEPTEMBER 16-17: Exam #1   

SEPTEMBER 18-19: Chapter 11: SEX & GENDER

SEPTEMBER 23-24: Chapter 15: FAMILY

SEPTEMBER 25-26: Chapter 18 HEALTH 

SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 1: -  

OCTOBER 2-3:             

OCTOBER 7-8:   

OCTOBER 9-10: -   Exam #2 Grade Information Organizer (IO)

OCTOBER 14-15:   WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT DUE 

OCTOBER 16-17:    Chapter 7: Deviance

OCTOBER 21-22:    Chapter 10: Race & Ethnicity; Cultural Change

OCTOBER 23-24:    Chapter 10: Race & Ethnicity; Cultural Change

OCTOBER 28-29:

OCTOBER 30-31:

NOVEMBER 4-5:     Exam #3

NOVEMBER 6-7:     Environment, Sustainability, Green Living

NOVEMBER 11-12:  

NOVEMBER 13-14:   PRESENTATIONS: 

NOVEMBER 18-19:   PRESENTATIONS:

NOVEMBER 20-21:

NOVEMBER 25-26:

NOVEMBER 27 - DECEMBER 1: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - TCC CAMPUSES CLOSED

DECEMBER 2-3:

DECEMBER 4-5:  FINAL EXAM REVIEW

DECEMBER 9 - 15: FINALS WEEK - EXAM #4: FINAL EXAM

DECEMBER 15 SEMESTER CLOSES

JANUARY 13, 2020 - SPRING 2020 SEMESTER BEGINS

  

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Ray Quiett, Sociologist, LPC, Emeritus Faculty, East Central State University 

 

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