Syllabus-SOCI-1306.709 (1)

Syllabus-SOCI-1306.709 (1) - Del Mar College Syllabus...

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Del Mar College Syllabus Social Problems: SOCI 1306.709 INTERNET College Year: 2011 Professor Name: Russell Long Semester: Spring Office Location: HH-216 Phone Contact: 698-1627 DMC Email Address: rlong@delmar.edu Students will receive a more thorough review of course expectations once they enter Blackboard. Log on to Blackboard at: http://ecourse.delmar.edu/webct/entryPageIns.dowebct Once in Blackboard Pay close attention to the course calendar, this syllabus, and to “general course issues” which is found in the discussion area. The student should make sure they click on each icon found on the course home page to learn more about each component of the course. OFFICE HOURS: Monday – 12:30 to 1:30 Tuesday – 10 to 11 and 12:30 to 1 Wednesday – 12:30 to 1:30 Thursday – 10 to 11 and 12:30 to 1 Virtual Office Hours: 7 to 8 PM, Monday thru Thursday Please note: I will be on-line often throughout the day. I will simply make it a point to be at my P.C. during my virtual office hours. You can send me e- mails during this time and I will answer them in short order. COURSE DESCRIPTION: An analysis of major problems of contemporary society, including the social causes of these problems and the public policy consequences of solutions. Topics include inequality, crime and violence, substance abuse, deviance and family problems. Assessment Levels: R3, E3, M1. PREREQUISITE: None
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CO-REQUISITE: None STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: After successful completion of this course the student should be able to . .. 1. Identify and employ various research designs and their appropriate application to the study of social life. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of the major theoretical perspectives employed in the discipline. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of how social class affects individual life chances. 4. Demonstrate an understanding of social structure and how it shapes and influences social interactions. 5. Demonstrate an understanding of cross-cultural differences and an understanding of the importance of cultural context. COURSE ORIENTATION: There are no face-to-face orientations. All orientations for Social Problems are conducted on-line. The student may wish to visit the course orientation for a general overview of the class. Click on the following link to visit the orientation.
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