Kicking the Tires. A1

Kicking the Tires. A1 - light-stuff taught along with main...

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Kicking the Tires: 1. Why did you enroll for this course? I enrolled in this course so that I can learn more about how societies are different from one another. Another reason is so that I can better understand why people act the way they do and how living conditions (environment, surroundings, religion, ect.) affect our lives. The reason that I chose to take the online version of this course is because I am very independent, also I like to do things at my own pace! 2. What challenges (personal and otherwise) do you anticipate in this course? The only thing that I am nervous about right now is the idea of a couple of arranged class meeting and how they will fit into my schedule. Since I have school full time and then work, I hoping that these sessions will work out with my schedule. 3. What are your expectations of this course? Since I do not have any real knowledge of sociology, other than the
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Unformatted text preview: light-stuff taught along with main courses I have taken, such as history, I want to understand what exactly sociology means and how it affects our world. 4. List other D2L/on-line courses that you have taken. Currently I am enrolled in web enhanced college algebra class that meets once a week. So far I like it since I am able to work ahead and do it on my own time, but is structured so that I stay on track. 5. How did you fare in those courses. Lets hope I do alright!!! 6. In a few sentences, please share your understanding of this field - 'Sociology' I think that sociology is the study of how people interact with one another in a certain area of the world. Sociology takes inconsideration many things such as environment, religion, government, ect....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CCD 1100 taught by Professor Gekas during the Spring '08 term at Minnesota Colleges.

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