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1 Lassen Community College Course Outline SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology 3.0 Units I. Catalog Description Basic concepts of sociology are covered with an emphasis on culture, socialization, social norms, roles, groups, community and ecology, social institutions, social classes, social changes and social policy. This course has been approved for online, hybrid (online/traditional) and correspondence delivery. Recommended Preparation: Successful completion of ENGL105 or equivalent assessment placement. Transfers to both UC/CSU (CI-D SOCI 110) CSU GE Area: D0 IGETC GE Area: 4J C-ID SOC Hours Lecture Scheduled: II. III. Coding Information Repeatability: Not Repeatable, Take 1 Time Grading Option: Graded or Pass/No Pass Credit Type: Credit - Degree Applicable TOP Code: Course Objectives A. Course Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Effectively work in teams, managing time, tasks, and personality differences sharing results and analysis to arrive at a final collaborative product. 2. Systematically collect, organize, and present appropriate data from a variety of sources including independent research, written journals and the Internet. Assess the validity of the data and interpret it correctly. 3. Identify and explain basic concepts of sociology, research and theory. B. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify the major developments and key figures in Sociology. 2. List and compare the major prespectives. 3. Identify the basic concepts and major research methods in social research. List the steps in the research process. 4. Identify the major social basis of human behavior. 5. Trace the development of pre-industrial and industrial societies. 6. List the major social groups and organizations and identify the consequences of group membership at the various levels. 7. Evaluate the nature versus nurture controversy. Distinguish between the several theories of personality development. SOC-1 Introduction to Sociology Page 1

2 8. Evaluate the relative contributions of the agents of socialization to development of the individual. 9. Identify what constitutes deviant behavior and list the consequences to society. Provide examples of social control both informally and formally. 10. Identify the major laws of sexual reference and differentiate between what is fact and what is myth. 11. Identify and differentiate between prejudice and discrimination. List the major minority groups in America and the consequences of belonging to each group. 12. Distinguish between the feminine and masculine roles. Evaluate sexism in various social settings. 13. List the consequences of growing old in a society. 14. Evaluate the social institutions and identify the major functions and conflict which exist in each. IV. Course Content A. Thinking sociologically and doing sociological research 1. Sociology as a social science 2. Establishing the major perspective: structural functionalism, conflict, symbolic interactionism 3. Examining the basic concept of social research: variables, correlations, casuality B. The social basis of human behavior 1. Culture Norms and values, communications, subcultures, ethnocentrism and socialization 2. Social structure: Societies - Preindustrual and industrial statuses and roles 3. Groups and organizations a. Social groups Primary and secondary groups, ingroups and outgroups b. Formal Organizations c. Organizational Models Scientific management, human relations 4. Socialization a. Nature vs. Nurture b. Theories of personality development Behaviorism, Freud, Piaget, c. Agents of Socialization Family, school, peer groups, media C. Social Forces and Behavior 1. Deviance a. Deviance and crime b. Exploring deviance Anomie, differential association, conflict c. Controlling deviance Social control, the criminal justice system 2. Human Sexuality a. Heterosexuality b. Homosexuality c. The sexual revolution d. Rape and incest D. Social Inequalities 1. Inequalities of race and ethnicity SOC-1 Introduction to Sociology Page 2

3 a. Prejudice and discrimination b. Minority groups in America 2. Inequalities of gender a. Masculine and feminime roles b. Sexism E. Social Institutions 1. The family 2. Education 3. Religion 4. Politics and Economics V. Assignments A. Appropriate Readings Thio, Alex "Sociology" (Harper and Row, 1989) B. Writing Assignments Students are expected to write a research paper as a semester long project. C. Expected Outside Assignments Part of the research paper involves case studies which must be conducted. These are in the form of interviews of selected individuals appropriate to the project. A written summary is called for in the research paper. D. Specific Assignments that Demonstrate Critical Thinking The study of Sociology through necessity causes one to evaluate his or her experiences in society. Students are however, not to base their analysis solely on what may be called common sense". Instead, students must discover through course material and other research, what sociologists have reasoned is the nature of man in society and then assess their experiences using their reasoning as a foundation. VI. Methods of Evaluation Traditional Classroom Instruction Students must demonstrate mastery of context through evaluation using a mixed format. 1. Objective examinations - including multiple choice, matching and completion. 2. Essay examination 3. Research paper A variety of methods will be used, such as: research papers, asynchronous and synchronous discussions (chat/forum), online quizzes and exams, postings to online website, and communications. Same as face to face with the exception of the desired use of proctored exams and exclusion of participation in classroom activities. Students will be expected to complete assignments and activities equivalent to in-class assignments and activities. Written correspondence and a minimum of six opportunities for feedback will be utilized to maintain effective communication between instructor and student. SOC-1 Introduction to Sociology Page 3

4 Hybrid Delivery A combination of traditional classroom and online evaluations will be used, such as (1) Traditional Classroom: objective examinations and essay examinations and (2) Online delivery: online quizzes and exams, essay forum postings, chat rooms and communications. VII. Methods of Delivery Check those delivery methods for which, this course has been separately approved by the Curriculum/Academic Standards Committee. Traditional Classroom Delivery Interactive Television Delivery Hybrid Delivery Traditional Classroom Instruction Lectures and visual aids Online written lectures. Participation in forum-based discussions. Online exercises/assignments contained on website. Discussion papers, communications, postings to forums, and web-links will comprise the method of instruction. Assigned readings, instructor-generated typed handouts, typed lecture materials, exercises and assignments equal to face to face instructional delivery. Written correspondence and a minimum of six opportunities for feedback will be utilized to maintain effective communication between instructor and student. Hybrid Delivery A combination of traditional classroom and online instruction will be utilized. Every week, one 50 minute class period will be taught face-to-face by the instructor and the other 100 minutes will be instructed online through the technology platform adopted by the District, currently Moodle. Traditional class instruction will consist of lectures, visual aids, and group presentations. Online delivery will consist of participation in forum-based discussions and posts, web links, communications, lecture posts, and online lectures. VIII. Representative Texts and Supplies Society in Focus: An Introduction to Sociology, Census Update, 7/E, William E. Thompson and Joseph V. Hickey, ISBN , Pearson, 2011 IX. Discipline/s Assignment Sociology X. Course Status Current Status: Active Original Approval Date: 3/27/1990 SOC-1 Introduction to Sociology Page 4

5 Revised By: Carie Camacho Latest Curriculum/Academic Standards Committee Revision Date: 12/03/2013 SOC-1 Introduction to Sociology Page 5

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