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  1. Religion Matters: What Sociology Teaches Us About Religion In Our World (Alternative eText Formats) by Michael O. Emerson, William A. Mirola, et all 2010-05-14
  2. Sociology (Teach Yourself) by J.H. Abraham, 1975-07-01
  3. One Day, All Children...: The Unlikely Triumph Of Teach For America And What I Learned Along The Way by Wendy Kopp, 2003-04-03
  4. Assessing the Effects of Voluntary Youth Service: The Case of Teach for America by Doug McAdam, Cynthia Brandt, 2010-02-01
  5. Teach Yourself Sociology by Stephen Moore, Stephen P. Sinclair, 1995-07
  6. Preparing graduate students to teach: A selected, annotated bibliography (On teaching undergraduate sociology) by Bill Ewens, 1977
  7. Sociology (Teach yourself books) by Joseph Hayim Abraham, 1967
  8. Meditation (Teach Yourself) by James Hewitt, 1994-05
  9. Planning Your Wedding (Teach Yourself Home Reference) by Christine Gillette-Browning, Dianne Ffitch, 2003-10-31
  10. Planning a Non-traditional Wedding (Teach Yourself) by Dianne Ffitch, 2000-02-07
  11. The Ethical Component in Experimental British Fiction since the 1960 s by Susana Onega and Jean-Michel Ganteau, 2007-10-01
  12. Russian (Teach Yourself Books) by Daphne M. West, 1992-08
  13. Russian: A Complete Course for Beginners/Book and 2 Cassettes (Teach Yourself Books) by Daphne M. West, 1993-05
  14. Teach Yourself Ethical Living by Mac Bride, 2008-06-27

1. SOCIOLOGY TEACH---735824--updated: 07/15/97
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2. Teach Online: Sociology - Make Money Teaching Sociology Online!
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3. Sociology Pages > Undergraduate Study
The staff in sociology teach modules in their specialist areas, which means thatthey engage with key debates and draw on their latest research in their classes
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Ten good reasons to study Sociology at the University of York
  • The Sociology Department scored 23 out of 24 in most recent Teaching Quality Assessment carried out by HEFCE Assessors, with excellent ratings (4 out of 4) for curriculum content and design, teaching and learning, student achievement, student support, and quality assurance and enhancement. Click here if you want to see the HEFCE report.
  • The Sociology Department has a 5 rating in the 2002 Research Assessment Exercise, which makes it one of the leading departments in the country. The department is amongst the top international centres of research in conversational analysis. It also has an outstanding track record in the area of sociology of science, which includes Prof Yearley’s ground-breaking study of environmentalism and numerous projects in the Science and Technology Studies Unit, dealing particularly with the social aspects of new health technologies such as genetics. Cultural studies is the third core area of expertise in the department, with innovative research being conducted in the areas of new media, cultural change and popular culture. This is reinforced by a broader interest amongst members of the department in issues of social exclusion and discrimination, especially in relation to gender, sexuality and disability.
  • Sociology at York is ranked amongst the top departments in the country by a range of league tables. See, for example
  • 4. Degree Programs In The Faculty Of Arts | York University
    The members of the Department of sociology teach a wide range of materials andperspectives on society in general and on Canadian society in particular.
    Go to Program Website Back to Degree Programs SOCIOLOGY Sociology provides students with the knowledge and skills that enable them to understand human social behaviour within social institutions and policies. As one of the liberal arts and social sciences, the discipline of sociology contributes to self-comprehension and the understanding of society by developing a body of knowledge concerning its structure, dynamics, and symbolic orders. The members of the Department of Sociology teach a wide range of materials and perspectives on society in general and on Canadian society in particular. Sociological perspectives on conformity, deviance, social order, race, class and gender inequality, development, family, and the new information technology are some of the topics of study in the program. Course offerings include Sociological Perspectives, Social Interaction and Community, Sociology of Education, and Sociology of Poverty.

    5. Journal Title Abbreviations
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    Select from the following list the abbreviated journal title of the cited work. It is advisable to truncate the abbreviated title even if you cut and paste from this list. Sometimes a journal title is abbreviated in different ways. This is a list of abbreviated journal titles only; if you want to look up references to books, enter the first significant word or words from the book title. To add an abbreviation (listed in bold text below) to the Cited Work field, select the abbreviation (by click-and-dragging your cursor over the text), and then use the copy and paste functions (CTRL-C and CTRL-V in Windows, Command-C and Command-V in Macintosh). For example of the Cited Work Lookup, click here Click on a letter to move through the journal list alphabetically. A B C D ... Z
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    6. ACM Central European Studies Program
    Palacky University faculty from the departments of history, literature, art, politicalscience, economics, Slavonic studies and sociology teach other courses.
    Central Europe - A region in transformation Outline of the program Olomouc Palacky University ... Courses for fall 2003 Academic info: 2003 dates eligibility Costs How to apply Contacts: campus program advisors ACM office Academic information Use these links or scroll down for: Dates September 1 - December 19, 2003 (tentative) Enrollment 15 - 20 students Eligibility Sophomores and juniors may apply. The program focuses on political and social change, fitting the interests of students in history or the social sciences. Students who specialize in art history, architecture and literature will also find the program valuable because the Czech Republic and the surrounding countries are rich in the visual and expressive arts, which can be explored through architecture and city tours, museums and galleries, drama and readings. Students interested in Slavic studies, languages and literature are also encouraged to apply. There is no language prerequisite since classes are taught in English; however, prior study of Czech language is encouraged and may be available during the summer for an additional fee.

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    8. University Honors Program
    V. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE Faculty from classics, media studies,psychology, religion and sociology teach in this foursemester sequence.
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    Undergraduates with motivation and outstanding academic promise will find special intellectual challenge in the University Honors Program at The Catholic University of America. The program hones skills in critical thinking and lays a solid foundation in the classical liberal arts. Its interdisciplinary core provides an integrated worldview and stresses traditional values of our Christian heritage. In small, seminar-style classes, Honors students engage in intensive exchange with the university’s best scholar-teachers. Writing and communication skills are given special attention. Students also participate in research projects and enrichment programs outside the classroom. Rules and Regulations The core sequences of the University Honors Program cross disciplines and form an integrated liberal arts curriculum. Interconnections with requirements in a student’s area of concentration are established on an individual basis. The Honors Advisory Council selects freshmen for participation after they have been accepted by the Office of Admissions. Selection is based on results of the standardized college entrance examinations (S.A.T. 1300) and secondary school achievement (G.P.A. 3.5; top 10 percent of class). For transfer students and upperclassmen, who may apply for admittance after an initial interview, a minimum 3.5 G.P.A. after the completion of one full semester load at CUA is required.

    9. Geo Teacher: Links For Geography, High School Students, Teachers, Parents, Web P
    Geography, sociology, high school students, student research, teens social studies teaching tools, parents, teachers, web page resources.
    Geoteacher is no longer being updated. However, it has been redesigned, renamed, and is bigger and better than ever. Please visit and bookmark the new site Geography Classroom . The new site is being regularly updated. If you are looking for sociology resources, please visit Sociology Classroom.
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    10. Using Popular Music To Teach Sociology
    Using Popular Music to teach sociology. 18/03/02. Click here to start.
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    Using Popular Music to Teach Sociology Why Use This Method? What is the process of using popular songs? How does this Promote Learning? ... Conclusions Author: Karen Garabedian Email: Home Page: Other information:

    11. Welcome To SAG
    Departmental guide to courses and programs designed to teach students to analyze and understand basic sociocultural processes, statuses, and roles.
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    Welcome To SAG
    Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Gerontology

    Affectionately known as SAG, it's not only a condition it's a Department at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
    Make an appointment to visit our campus and our department or simply drop by and visit with Dr. Terry Richard Chair of the Department can be reached at (501) 569-3173.
    The Departmental Secretary, Ms. Prudence Martin will also be glad to assist you or send you literature about our program. She also can be reached at the above number.
    Our department consists of a professional educators representing a wide range of backgrounds, interests, and experiences. We have faculty from all over the United States and others from Japan and China. This diversity makes for an interesting educational experience.
    The Department offers courses and programs designed to teach students to analyze and understand basic sociocultural processes, statuses, and roles; prepare students for careers and graduate study in the various fields and sub-fields; contribute to the liberal arts training and knowledge of all undergraduates; and provide intellectual and skills background for students considering careers in the professions and in business.
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    12. Pace University, Assistant Professor, SociologyPace University, Assistant Profes
    Introduction to Rural sociology. A Learning1 Centered Class. Rural sociology 1 Section 1 in a "box" in your mind called rural sociology.
    Pace University, University of Reading, England (between Oxford and London). University of Richmond. The Department of Sociology and Anthropology invites candidates to apply for a one-year, non-tenure-track position in sociology for the 2000-2001 academic year. Must be able to teach required undergraduate research methods course, Introduction to Sociology, and race and ethnicity. Master’s degree in sociology required; ABD or PhD preferred. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to: Joan L. Neff, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA 23173. Screening of applications will begin on April 20, 2000, and continue until position is filled. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Saint Joseph’s College. Criminal Justice/Sociology: Beginning August 2000. Tenure track position at the assistant professor level. PhD preferred, ABD considered. Responsibilities include teaching criminology and sociology courses in addition to the College’s interdisciplinary Core curriculum. Review of applications received by May 1 will receive full consideration. Forward letter of application, vita, transcripts, and three references to: P.E. Robinson, Saint Joseph’s College, Department of Sociology, Box 922, Rensselaer, IN 47978; e-mail Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. St. Norbert College.

    13. Using Popular Music To Teach Sociology
    Using Popular Music to teach sociology. Karen Garabedian. February 12, 2002.
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    15. FIU Sociology And Anthropology
    Features information on the Department, including research programs. Offers contact details and links Category Science Social Sciences Academic Departments F...... We teach courses in ethnic and racial minorities, comparative gender studies qualitativeresearch methods, as well as introductory anthropology and sociology.
    ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is a dual discipline department united by a common goal, that of understanding what people do. South Florida, a multilingual, culturally pluralistic metropolis with extensive international connections, is a living laboratory for faculty and students alike to pursue this goal. We offer a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology, and Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Comparative Sociology. We teach courses in ethnic and racial minorities, comparative gender studies, social problems, marriage and the family, human sexuality, cultural ecology, quantitative and qualitative research methods, as well as introductory anthropology and sociology. We offer an excellent education in both job skills and in those required for forceful citizenship. Our graduate degrees emphasize social theory, research methodology, cultural analysis, ethnicity and immigration, family and gender, international development, and medical sociology. Graduate students come to us from all over the world: students have come from countries as distinct as Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, China, Haiti, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Jordan, Macedonia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Puerto Rico and Russia.

    16. Grinnell College - Department Of Sociology
    News Links sociology Home Newsletter. . . . teach for America Abi TapiaReturns Other Alumni News Mission Statement What Are You Up To?
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    To the Head of the Class or How I Learned to Escape
    Academia and Make a Difference in the Real World
    A Grinnell Alum Who Went on to Teach for America Shares Her Experiences
    By Amanda Davis
    While in her first year of teaching at Andrew Hill High School in San José, Adrienne Enriquez ‘98 was stopped by a school official and asked why she wasn’t in uniform. Confused, she explained that she didn’t realize that she, as a teacher, was required to wear the same uniforms as the students. It wasn’t the only time she was mistaken for a student.
    As a 21-year-old college graduate, Enriquez joined Teach for America (TFA). The program recruits college students of all majors to commit to a two-year teaching assignment in some of America’s most under-resourced school districts. TFA teachers are hired and paid as other first-year teachers. However, a TFA corps member is only hired after the school district has exhausted its pool of certified or credentialed teachers. This policy, made between TFA and individual school districts and enforced by law, helps concentrate TFA’s human resources on the most needy schools.
    The summer after TFA applicants are accepted, they participate in a six-week intensive training. In addition to learning about basic skills like making lesson plans and classroom management, part of the training entailed teaching at summer school sessions. Though Enriquez said that she felt “absolutely prepared” to go into the classroom after she completed her training, she said that in the years since she started teaching, the training program has improved dramatically. Enriquez says that she would feel ten times more prepared had she gone through the training offered now.

    17. Sociology, Anthropology And Criminology Faculty Who Teach Graduate Courses
    sociology, Anthropology and Criminology faculty who teach graduate courses. Adams,Anthony Troy (1985) Associate Professor; Ph.D.; University of Michigan.
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    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology faculty who teach graduate courses Adams, Anthony Troy (1985) Associate Professor; Ph.D.; University of Michigan Barak, Gregg (1991) Professor; Ph.D.; University of California - Berkley Cao, Liqun (1994) Associate Professor; Ph.D.; University of Cincinnati Easto, Patrick (1970) Professor; Ph.D.; Syracuse University Henry, Stuart (1987) Professor; Ph.D.; University of Kent-Canterbury, England Kern, Roger (1998) Assistant Professor; M.A.; Vanderbilt University Kersten, Lawrence (1968) Professor; Ph.D.; Wayne State University Leighton, Paul (1997) Assistant Professor; Ph.D.; American University Moaddel, Mansoor (1987) Professor; Ph.D.; University of Wisconsin Rankin, Joseph H. (1984) Professor; Ph.D.; University of Arizona Richardson, Barbara (1991) Professor; Ph.D.; Cornell University Richmond-Abbott, Marie (1974) Professor; Ph.D.; Florida State University Truzzi, Marcello (1974) Professor; Ph.D.; Cornell University Warren

    18. Faculty Of Arts And Social Sciences - Sociology
    Our aim is to teach and research the structures and processes of societies includingour own. We hope you will find the sociology courses challenging and
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    The Department of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Waikato is made up of 5 programmes; Sociology, Social Science Research, Labour and Trade Union Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, Population Studies. This is the home page for the Sociology programme. Our aim is to teach and research the structures and processes of societies including our own. We hope you will find the Sociology courses challenging and exciting, and useful in learning to understand both your own and other societies. This site will help you find out about the range of papers we teach and various ways in which they can be combined, plus a little about us, and what we expect of you as students in this programme. We also include information about the occupations for which a Sociology degree equips you.
    The Sociological Perspective
    Sociology originated in Western Europe in the early nineteenth century, with attempts to understand the structure and dynamics of the industrialisation process, and to resolve its concomitant social problems, like high levels of crime. It is concerned largely with urban societies, and seeks to understand how individuals fit into mass society, how inequalities based on race, gender and class arise and are perpetuated, how bureaucracies work.

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    20. Sociology Lecturer 'destined' To Teach
    3, 1998, sociology lecturer 'destined' to teach. Editor's Note This is the secondstory in a weekly series profiling University professors and instructors.

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