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  1. The Sociology of Katrina: Perspectives on a Modern Catastrophe by David Brunsma, 2007-08-28
  2. Sociology: Your Compass for a New World by Robert J. Brym, John Lie, 2006-01-04
  3. Sociology of Organizations: Classic, Contemporary and Critical Readings
  4. Society: Readings to Accompany Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach, Core Concepts by James M. Henslin, 2005-05-05
  5. Sociology: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Steve Bruce, 2000-06-15
  6. Discovering Sociology: Using MicroCase® ExplorIT (with MicroCase: Statistical Analysis for the Social Sciences Passcard) by Steven E. Barkan, 2005-05-31
  7. S/G Sociology by Pearson, 2006-05
  8. The Practical Skeptic: Readings in Sociology by Lisa J. McIntyre, 2007-09-26
  9. The Sociology of Philosophies: A Global Theory of Intellectual Change by Randall Collins, 1998-08-30
  10. Sociology of Art: A Reader
  11. A Dictionary of Sociology (Oxford Paperback Reference) by John Scott, Gordon Marshall, 2007-03-05
  12. Global Sociology: Second Edition by Robin Cohen, Paul Kennedy, 2007-08-01
  13. Sociology (8th Edition) by John J. MacIonis, 2000-07-17
  14. Global Sociology: Introducing Five Contemporary Societies by Linda Schneider, Arnold Silverman, 2005-07-11

81. Virtual Teaching In Higher Education
Sample Student enrollment at California State University, Northridge, sociology 364, for the Fall of 1996, was increased from the traditional 25 to 40
Virtual Teaching in Higher Education:
The New Intellectual Superhighway or Just Another Traffic Jam?
Jerald G. Schutte
California State University, Northridge
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Abstract An experimental design was carried out during the Fall, 1996 in which 33 students in a Social Statistics course at California State University, Northridge were randomly divided into two groups, one taught in a traditional classroom and the other taught virtually on the World Wide Web. Text, lectures and exams were standardized between the conditions. Contrary to the proposed hypotheses, quantitative results demonstrated the virtual class scored an average of 20% higher than the traditional class on both examinations. Further, post-test results indicate the virtual class had significantly higher perceived peer contact, and time spent on class work, but a perception of more flexibility, understanding of the material and greater affect toward math, at semester end, than did the traditional class. Since 1994, the World Wide Web and related Internet resources (e.g., e-mail, chat, and news groups) have become an increasing viable component in higher education pedagogy. This has led to significant interest in the implementation of Internet based virtual teaching. Yet little, if any, experimental evidence has been generated to demonstrate the effects of virtual versus traditional class format on student performance. What has appeared is largely qualitative or devoid of empirical analysis altogether and argued as simply a remedy or antidote to the deficiencies of the traditional classroom. If quantitative, the data tend to be based on a single class and hence, no experimental comparison, or self selected samples of two or more classes. Considering the amount of money being expended in higher education on infrastructure, software, training and technological pedagogy, this lack of experimental evidence is unconscionable.

82. Sociology Home
Browse New Texts. sociology in Action. sociology Timeline. Hot Topics. Show All Courses. Introduction to sociology. Marriage and Family / Family Science.

83. Courses
Course listing with description and representative syllabus.
Courses Sociology at Central Connecticut State University Home Courses Faculty Requirements Mission ... CCSU links Sociology links SOC 110 Introductory Sociology Major theoretical models and research methodologies used by sociologists in examining the institutions of societies and the everyday lives of individuals. Topics include social stratification, ethnic relations, race, poverty, gender roles, the family, population, and urban/suburban communities. Study Area III. Click for a representative syllabus. or a second or a third SOC 111 Social Problems Conditions or patterns of behavior that are considered to be harmful to society or its members, about which it is considered that something should be done. Included as possible topics are sexism, physical and mental health, drug and alcohol abuse, inequality, discrimination, environmental problems and abuses of power. Study Area III. Click for a representative syllabus. SOC 210 Sociological Inquiry Prereq. SOC 110. Exposes students to the sociological imagination, the link between theory and methods, how evidence is assembled to produce explanations of social phenomena, and the impact of sociological knowledge on public policy and culture. Click for a representative syllabus or a second.

84. Cambridge Journals Online - Journal Home Page
sociology Published for the British Sociological Association Show Back Volumes. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. sociology is now published by Sage Publications.
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85. RCSS Home Page
Socioeconomic research for the Department of sociology.
Socio-Economic Research on Technology
Social and economic research on technology at RCSS focuses upon the social shaping of technology, particularly in relation to Information and Communications Technologies Research has addressed the development and implementation of company-wide information systems in manufacturing industry and in the finance service sector. More recent work examined the development of Inter-Organisational Networks and Systems such as Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale (EFTPoS) and Electronic Data Interchange. Deep understanding has been achieved of the close relationship between 'technology' and 'organisation' in Information and Communications Technologies - as a process of mutual shaping, rather than the deterministic triumph of one over the other. This work has revealed that innovation is not restricted to the initial Research and Development of new technological products, but continues as they are commercially applied and used. Thus, workplace technologies are reshaped within the industrial setting, as supplier offerings are adapted and further elaborated to meet the requirements of their implementation and use. More recent research projects examine the emergence of Multimedia and the Information Superhighway studying the co-evolution of society and technology, and the interactions between industrial innovators, users at work and home, and public policy.

86. Princeton University Department Of Sociology
The Department of sociology at Princeton University has an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research.

87. Anabaptist Sociology And Anthropology Association
Organization for anthropologists and sociologists who study and/or embrace the Christian traditions descended from the 16th century Anabaptist movement.

88. Sociology
sociology, the scientific study of human social behavior. sociology tries to determine the laws governing human behavior in social contexts.

89. Australian New Zealand Journal Of Criminology
Covers psychology, law, politics, history, sociology and the forensic sciences. Abstracts and subscription rates are available.

90. Private Prisons
Selected research and facts about privately operated prisons , published by Professor and Associate Head of sociology at the University of Connecticut.
Private Prisons
The Prison Privatization Research Site
Beds in Facilities under Contract or Construction as Private Secure Adult Facilities
in U.S., U.K., and Australia as of September, 2001 Tables, Charts, Figures:
Comprehensive Bibliography on Private Prisons Click here Studies and Reports:
Issues and Arguments: Sample RFPs/Contracts: These Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are often essentially the same as the final contracts.

91. Formatting Sociology
Formatting in sociology. 457514 in Aging and Society, vol. 3, A sociology of Stratification, edited by MW Riley, M. Johnson, and A. Foner.
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Formatting in Sociology
Brought to you by the Purdue University Online Writing Lab For more information on writing research papers, see our workshop on writing research papers. The bibliographical format described here is taken from the American Sociological Review
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Cite the last name of the author and year of publication. Include page references whenever you think it would help the reader. Later references to the same source are cited in the same way as the first. Quotations in the text should give page references.
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    If the author's name is not in the text, enclose last name and year in parentheses:
    When these relationships were studied (Gouldner 1963)...

92. Commission On Behavioral And Social Sciences And Education, U.S. National Resear
Areas of investigation and analysis include anthropology, child development, demography, economics, education, geography, history, law, linguistics, political science, psychology, social psychology, sociology, and statistics. _by _Unit?OpenView&Start=1&Count=30&

93. Weberian Sociology Of Religion
Basic Concepts in sociology Translated by HP Secher; The Citadel Press, 1962 The Theory of Social and Economic Organization Translated by Talcott Parsons
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Max Weber's Approach to Religion Max Weber is the real founder of sociology and the sociology of religion. His conceptions, analyses and constructs have a universal significance in the history of science.
Max Weber's Texts
This is the main project of Weberian Sociology of Religion Homepage . The goal is to make Weber's texts available all over the world. Some of them are a HTML edition of a printed text, and some of them are entirely revised edition by Moriyuki Abukuma.
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Basic Concepts in Sociology Translated by H. P. Secher; The Citadel Press, 1962
The Theory of Social and Economic Organization
Translated by Talcott Parsons; Oxford University Press, 1947
The Rational and Social Foundations of Music
Translated by Don Martindale, Gertrude Neuwirth and Johannes Riedel; Southern Illinois University Press, 1958

94. FDU Press
Publishes books in literary studies, history, sociology, religion and other fields.

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Search all new releases and back list titles Since its establishment in 1967 as the first of the Associated University Presses consortium, the FDU Press has produced well over 1,200 books on a wide variety of subjects. Approximately 40 new books are issued each year. The Press has particular strengths in literary studies, world history and politics, biography, film, ethnic studies, sociology, the Civil War, art, religion, local history, and urban studies. Press books are reviewed regularly in leading academic meetings. Each year, between 150,000 and 200,000 brochures are mailed to announce the publication of new works. To contact the Associated University Presses visit the website A printed catalog of FDU Press books is available by writing to
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press The Gatehouse, M-GH2-01 285 Madison Avenue Madison, N.J. 07940

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95. Department Of Sociology Home Page, Lancaster University
Cartmel College, Lancaster University, LA1 4YL, UK Tel +44 (0) 1524 594172 Fax +44 (0) 524 594256 Email Home .
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Welcome to our new web pages! We've designed these to be user-friendly, accessible, and clear. Our old web pages have been withdrawn. If you have bookmarked any of these - for instance our on-line publications - you will need to change your bookmark. If you have any web questions, discover links that don't work, or find anything that is inaccessible, please e-mail us Our department is one of only a handful of sociology departments in the UK - the highest national research rating. Sociology at Lancaster is home to one of the leading and most exciting teams of sociologists and cultural analysts in the UK. The 6* Centre for Science Studies is also administered from Sociology. With recent appointments of outstanding researchers from Australia, the US, the UK, Canada and Denmark, our staff are at the international forefront of research and publishing on:
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96. Department Of Religious Studies
Department of Religious Studies. The academic study of religion at CSU, Chico, focuses on a) historical studies of Eastern and Western religious traditions; b)textual studies of the sacred writings in religious traditions; c) methodological studies which seek to understand and interpret religious traditions and cultural symbols; and d)cognate studies which relate religion to aspects of culture such as literature and the arts, ethics and law, psychology, sociology, and philosophy.
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Introduction to the Department of Religious Studies
Welcome to the Department of Religious Studies at CSU, Chico. Religious Studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines religious ideas, symbols, practices, and institutions from the perspectives of history, textual studies, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and other disciplines. Our program is cross-cultural and comparative, and highlights the complex relationship of religion to other areas of culture. In addition to courses exploring the development of all the major religious traditions of the world, we offer courses that probe the role of religion in ethics and law, gender constructs, literature, the visual arts, and a variety of contemporary social and political issues. The Department has grown from its establishment in 1974 to a Department of 13 active scholars working in many areas of the discipline. We offer programs of study leading to a BA or minor in Religious Studies, and a minor in Ethics. Browse our website for information on courses, faculty, on- and off-campus resources, and information about careers and graduate school in Religious Studies. Our award-winning faculty consistently earn the highest marks for quality teaching and student-faculty encounters. We invite you to drop by the Department for a meeting with the academic advisor or any member of the faculty. They will be happy to talk with you about what they teach and what excites them about our field.

97. Journal Of American Studies
Publishes works by scholars from all over the world on American history, politics, literature, institutions, economics, fillm, popular culture, geography, sociology and related subjects.

98. Association For Humanist Sociology
Welcome to the Association for Humanist sociology. SPOTLIGHTS AHS 2004 Annual Meeting Stirring Up Solidarity Humanists Working
Welcome to the Association for Humanist Sociology
SPOTLIGHTS AHS 2004 Annual Meeting: Stirring Up Solidarity: Humanists Working Together, in Louisville, Kentucky, November 3-7, 2004

99. Harvard Sociology Department
Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences. sociology Department. Professor Lawrence D. Bobo We are extremely pleased and proud
We are extremely pleased and proud to announce that Professor Lawrence D. Bobo Norman Tishman and Charles M. Diker Professor of Sociology and of African and African American Studies , has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
New Sociology Graduate Students entering fall 2003 : Left to right are (standing):
Marco Gonzalez, Allison Binns, Melanie Penny, Amanda Merryman, Christopher Bail, Hsin-Chao Wu, Graziella Silva, Dian Yang, Nathan Fosse, Stephanie Howling, Simone Ispa-Landa , and Soohan Kim . Seated: Katharine Gan, Corina Graif, Mark Pachucki , and Jennifer Sykes

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100. Sociology At CCSU
Offers degree programs and/or concentrations in sociology, and social work. The sociology major provides students with an understanding of the complex social structures and processes that connect their private lives and experiences to both their own society and the global society. Within either a general or honors track, students select courses from the following areas sociology and law, sociology and research methods, sociology and social services, sociology and health care, sociology and business, and social inequity.
Sociology at Central Connecticut State University Home Courses Faculty Requirements Mission ... Sociology links "It is through the illusion of freedom from social determinants.. that social determinations win the freedom to exercise their full power... And so, paradoxically, sociology frees us by freeing us from the illusion of freedom, or, more exactly from the misplaced belief in illusory freedoms." Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002), In Other Words T he Sociology Department is dedicated to the education of undergraduate students, the development of a greater understanding of the social world, and the cultivation of community participation. Have a look around our site. Faculty home pages: Stephen Adair Bruce Day Jessica Greenebaum , and John Mitrano. The Department of Sociology and Social Work at the retirement party for Mary and Lorraine and the departures of Tiffany and Keri in 2003. Back row from left to right: Stephen Adair, Lorraine Jurgilewicz, Keri Diggins, Renee White, John Mitrano and Mary Erdmans. Front row: Pat Hensley, Cathy Baratta, Mary Ertel, Jessica Greenebaum and Tiffany Hogan

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