Define economics and understand the concept of scarcity and limited resources.
Distinguish the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics.
Macro: Aggregates Total amounts or quantities; aggregate demand, for example, is total
Eagle in Russian -> the god under Perun
The Sea King
Give me that which you do not know is in your own house mystical
spoonbill -> not indigenous to Russia, chosen as animal helper
Persistence -> happily ever after
Other woman -> Baba Yaga
Discussion Group Roles
Adapted from Parrott and Cherry, 2011. Using Structured Reading Groups to Facilitate Deep Learning. Teaching Sociology, 39(4), 354-370.
Below you will find descriptions of the different preparation tasks and guidelines.
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REE exam format
Part I (20) -> 10 IDs: conceptual, names, 1 date, authors, characters
Part II MC
Part III (20) matching stories to type
Part IV two quotations -> commentary
relevance and significance in relation to Russian Fairy Tales
1 critical text an
Golden age of fairy tale
Pushkin (Tsar Saltan, Golden Cockerel)
Gogol (The Viy)
Zhukovsky (Firebird early 1800s)
Know order of tales
Ilya Muromets: born crippled, healed magically, medieval, large horse
SOC 307F Fall 2015 Course Schedule
* subject to modification *
Introduction to the course
The sociological mindset.
A walk down memory lane:
history of the family
Cohen Ch 1: A Sociology of the Family