8-25-1 - INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY Sociology 2001, Section 5...

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Unformatted text preview: INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY Sociology 2001, Section 5 Tues. and Thurs., 10:4012:00 Prof. Tim Slack Office: 20 Stubbs Hall Email: slack@lsu.edu Office Hours: Thurs. 12:302:30 and by appointment Course Description Broad overview of the discipline of sociology Basic theoretical perspectives Research methods Major areas of sociological inquiry Required Text Essentials of Sociology Giddens et al. 2nd Edition. New York: W.W. Norton. Available at: Area bookstores Online booksellers Course Website I will use Moodle for important course info... Lecture slide outlines Announcements Posting grades Course Requirements General Points Formal attendance will not be taken, but will greatly improve your odds of success Keep up with assigned readings Utilize my office hours if you have questions or concerns Course Requirements 3 NonCumulative Multiple Choice Exams Exam I: Thurs., Sept. 24 Exam II: Thurs., Nov. 5 Exam III: Thurs., Dec. 10, 10:00 AM Grading Exams: 100 points each, possible total of 300 points Bonus Days: 2 points/day, possible total of 10 points (Exam I + Exam II + Exam III + Bonus Points) 300 Your final grade will be calculated as: Additional Information Academic Integrity Special Needs Important Notes Course Outline ...
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