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1 Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology Purdue University Fall 2011 MWF 3:30 – 4:20pm LILLY 1105 Instructor: Dan M. Weiss, PhD E-Mail: dmweiss@purdue.edu Office: Stone 304A Office Hours: MW 10:00 – 11:00am Additional times available by appointment Department Phone: 765-494-4668 This number will put you in contact with the main office. You may leave a message for me there. Department Office: Stone Hall 301 – Candy Lawson, Main Office Secretary Contacting the Instructor : E-mail is always the best way to reach me. Please put “SOC 100” in the subject line. Please do not contact me via the Blackboard E-mail system; your message will not be read. In general, all e-mails will be responded to within 24 hours. In the event you do not receive a response, please speak with me after class or resend your e-mail (Occasionally student e-mails are sent to the junk mail folder). Graduate TA: E-Mail: Office: Office Hours: Graduate TA: E-Mail: Office: Office Hours: Graduate TA is available to assist you with the class materials. Please give as much notice as possible to arrange times to meet with you. Graduate TA cannot excuse you from any absences or assignments, you must contact the instructor.
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2 Course Objectives: After completion of this course you should be able to: Understand and use the sociological perspective. Develop and understand tolerance for new ideas and viewpoints that may be different from your own. Demonstrate your familiarity with the three main sociological theoretical viewpoints: conflict, functionalism, and interactionism. Explain the basic ideas and concepts related to crime, gender, health, race, ethnicity, politics, religion, education, inequality, sex, gender, and socialization. Explain the foundations of various types of social movements and social change. Understand the basic research methods employed in the social sciences. Required Materials: Conley, Dalton. (2011) You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking Like a Sociologist ( 2 nd Edition ) . New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company. (Available at University/Folletts Bookstores, but cheaper online. Please see posted information on Blackboard). I-Clicker Response Pad I-Clicker Policy: This course requires the use of the i-clicker response pad. It is available for purchase at Follett‟s and University Book Store, as well as other sources. Get extra batteries and keep them with your i-clicker. We will not award attendance points if you missed them because of dead batteries. You must register your i-clicker through Blackboard immediately so that you will get attendance points during the first weeks of classes. There will be a link on our course webpage for you to register your i-clicker. Please note that if you forget your i-clicker, we will not be able to give you attendance
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