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53 Hours of 53 Hours of Screen Time Screen Time per Week per Week Lesson 4 Lesson 4 January 26, 2011 January 26, 2011
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Exam #1 Class Lesson 1 (1/12) Lesson 2 (1/19) Lesson 3 (1/24) Lesson 4 (1/26) Readings Nugent Diamond Palfrey and Gasser Anderson
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Readings Nugent Do you agree or disagree with Nugent’s argument? Why? Diamond What are the benefits of agriculture? What are the bad impacts agriculture has had on humanity? Palfrey and Gasser How does the internet make it easier to control one’s individual identity? How does the internet make it more difficult to control one’s group identity? Anderson What are the findings on media exposure and aggressive behavior? What role can parents play regarding the effects of video games?
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Lessons Lesson 1 What are theories and why are they useful? Why are experiments less commonly used by sociologists? What other research methodologies do sociologists employ?
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