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         Sociology Teach:     more books (100)
  1. Black Young Adults How to Reach Them, What to Teach Them: How to Reach Them, What to Teach Them by Walter A. McCray, 1992-07
  2. Listening Games for Elementary Grades: Teach Vital Learning Skills : 92 Listening and Thinking Activities (Bright Ideas for Teachers) by Margaret John Maxwell, 1981-11
  3. Our Elders Teach Us : Maya-Kaqchikel Historical Perspectives (Contemporary American Indian Studies) by David Carey Jr., Allan F. Burns, 2001-11-13
  4. Women Who Teach in Universities by Margaret Sutherland, 1985-12-01
  5. How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teach Yourself, Revised Edition by Mark Collier, Bill Manley, 2003-05-05
  6. Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn by Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, Jeanne Bertrand Finch, et all 2005-12-01
  7. A Woman's Touch: What Today's Women Can Teach Us About Sport & Life by David Canning Epperson, 1999-07
  8. From Learning Disabled to Enabled: A Mother'S Journey To Find An Effective Way To Teach Reading To Her Daughter And The Children She Teaches. by Wendy Crick, 2010-02-03
  9. Teaching to Learn/Learning to Teach: Meditations on the Classroom (Studies in Education and Spirituality) by Anne French Dalke, 2002-03
  10. INEQUALITY & TEACH EDUCA PB by Verma G K, 1993-05-01
  11. Playing the Future: How Kids' Culture Can Teach Us to Thrive in an Age of Chaos by Douglas Rushkoff, 1996-06
  12. TILTING TOWER: LESBIANS/TEACH CL by Garber, 1994-05-03
  13. Household spending in Britain: What can it teach us about poverty? by Mike Brewer, Alissa Goodman, et all 2006-04-19
  14. Methods That Teach by Blanche McDonald, 1978-02

61. University Of Manitoba - Department Of Sociology - Susan Prentice
At the undergraduate level, I currently teach courses in the Family (77246),Social Problems(77231) and Introduction to sociology (77120).
I work in the area of feminist sociology, focussing on family issues, public policy and social change. My main area of research speciality is contemporary and historical childcare policy and advocacy. I also research and write about systemic discrimination and post-secondary education. From 1993-1996, I held the Margaret Laurence Chair in Women's Studies at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. I have also taught at York University and Trent University.
I am committed to linking my scholarly work to community involvement, so I am involved in social justice organizations. For the last few years, my principal participation has been with the Child Care Coalition of Manitoba. I also sit on the College of Midwives of Manitoba as a public representative. In 2000, I received an Outreach Award for my community activity.
At the undergraduate level, I currently teach courses in the Family (77:246), Social Problems(77:231) and Introduction to Sociology (77:120). At the graduate level, I teach Classical Sociological Theory (77:743). If you are interested in my courses, please feel free to contact me for copies of course syllabi.
My most recent publications include:
Prentice, S. (forthcoming)

62. Department Of Sociology And Anthropology, University Of Wales Swansea
Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom.Category Science Social Sciences Academic Departments W...... 13 fulltime and 2 part-time members of staff who teach a range of undergraduatecourses. Our first year Level One introductory courses in sociology and Social
Welcome to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology This is the home page of the Department. Information regarding the full range of degree schemes in which the department is involved can be found below [see ; schemes ] Information on admission can only be obtained from the University Registrar or by phoning the department and speaking to an Admissions Tutor. Undergraduate Teaching Currently the department has 13 full-time and 2 part-time members of staff who teach a range of undergraduate courses. Our first year Level One introductory courses in Sociology and Social Anthropology which are the pre-requisites for enrolling on an honours degree programme, are very popular with between 220 and 270 students. We also teach approximately 21 Level Two courses, including a course on qualitative and quantitative social research methods, as well as a research dissertation option [see " courses "]. Level Two students second and third years combined undertaking an honours scheme completely within the department currently number approximately 154. In the last Teaching Quality Assessment the department received a "Satisfactory". Post-graduate courses We also offer post-graduate degrees leading to a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). In the academic year 1998/99, if not before, we will be offering a new taught Masters in Social Research Methods. For information about past post-graduate theses supervised by our staff see theses"theses". For further information about admission to any of the above schemes write to the University Registrar or to Dr. Hughes-Freeland (care of the department). The department has ESRC recognition and currently holds two ESRC-funded studentships. We also run a post-graduate seminar series

63. Connecticut College - Faculty Searches
Assistant Professor) The Lenore Tingle Howard ’42 Assistant Professorship, fora specialist in urban processes, to teach introductory sociology, family and
Faculty Searches
Connecticut College, New London, CT, has the following openings for faculty positions beginning Fall 2003. The College is seeking candidates who have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching undergraduate students from diverse cultural backgrounds and the potential to conduct research in a liberal arts setting. Unless otherwise indicated, Ph.D. required at the time of appointment. All positions have been filled, pending their announcement after Board of Trustees approval in May, 2003. Additional searches will be posted to this site in the late summer and early fall 2003.
Endowed Chairs
East Asian Languages and Cultures (Rank Open):
The Hanna Hafkesbrink Professorship in Foreign Languages and Literatures, for a specialist in East Asian Cultural Studies with a focus on modern Japan to teach advanced Japanese language and interdisciplinary courses in East Asian studies. A successful senior candidate will be expected to chair the department. View the East Asian Languages and Cultures site.

64. Jerome L. Himmelstein's Home Page
For Spring 2003, I teach sociology 18 (Development of SociologicalTheory) and a section of American Studies 12 (The Sixties). See
Jerome L. Himmelstein Professor of Sociology at Amherst College courses research resume links ... Amherst College Contact Info:
Department of Anthropology-Sociology
Amherst College
P.O. Box 5000
Amherst MA 01002-5000
Campus Box 2226 Phone: (413)542-2129
Office: 203B Morgan Hall
Office Hours: Tu 11-12, Fri 12-1 For Spring 2003, I teach Sociology 18 (Development of Sociological Theory) and a section of American Studies 12 (The Sixties). See Below for links to Blackboard sites for these courses. Also see below for links to descriptions and most recent syllabi for my other courses.
"Democracy implies that those vitally affected by any decision...have an effective voice in that decision. This, in turn, means that all power to make such decisions be publicly legitimated and that all makers of such decisions be held publicly accountable." C. Wright Mills What I Teach
I teach courses on drugs and society, political sociology, social movements, and sociological theory. Click

He decided he wanted to major in sociology and perhaps teach in high school.With advanced degrees Matt thought he might even teach in college.
10 EDUCATION–ADMINISTRATION Because of this experience Matt decided he had no interest in pursuing a job teaching high school biology. While trying to figure out just what to do, Matt received a call from his college's department of admissions. He was offered a job as an admissions representative. His primary responsibility was to recruit students to the college. It was during this time that Matt decided to return to his first academic choice, sociology. According to Matt, "By this time my interest in sociology had grown and I'm sure that I had a greater appreciation of the discipline's power to interpret situations. I was in a practical setting where the product, a college recruit, was produced through the proper management of human relations. I could begin to see how the theories of the discipline actually played out in people's lives." Matt began his return to sociology at the undergraduate level by earning a second major. He then moved on to the masters level where he earned his M.A. with research into to the experiences of minority students at small religiously affiliated colleges. In his job Matt soon found himself involved in multiple aspects of student life, from recruitment and admission to retention and graduation. "My education in sociology provided me with invaluable conceptual structures such as formal and informal networks, ingroup/outgroup, and minority/majority relations. I could see how these structures impacted the experiences students have in college. These ideas about structures were more than just abstract theories." Perhaps even more importantly, once these structures were understood and "seen" they could be intentionally adjusted or modified. A student's experience in college could be influenced by changing structures.

66. PSN: Mar98 By Thread
sociology of sport Kelley Crouse Re sociology of sport Don Naylor. Re sociologyof sport Peter Kaufman. Another 2 teach ins on Iraq Spectors; Race , racism
PSN: mar98 by thread
Starting: Sun 01 Mar 1998 - 12:41:38 MST
Ending: Tue 31 Mar 1998 - 19:07:53 MST

67. PSN: Mar98 By Date
A. Tell; sociology of sport Kelley Crouse; Another 2 teach ins onIraq Spectors; Race , racism, and sports Spectors; Re sociology
PSN: mar98 by date
Starting: Sun 01 Mar 1998 - 12:41:38 MST
Ending: Tue 31 Mar 1998 - 19:07:53 MST

68. CJS -- Employment
The Department of sociology in the Faculty of Arts requires an Assistant Professorto teach Introduction to sociology I and II, and third or fourth year
Exclusive to CJS Online from The Canadian Journal of Sociology Book Reviews Employment Author Index Editorial Board ... Submissions To advertise a position here, contact the editor, Jim Conley:
Trent , Sociology 1-yr position (LT)
U Western Ontario, Sociology - Social Demography (2 T-T)
Trent , Sociology 2 positions (LT)
York, Sociology, 3 Positions (LT)
York, Social Science, Business and Society (LT)
York, Social Science, International Development Studies (LT)
York, Social Science, Law and Society (LT)
Sociology, Okanagan University College
Queen's, Sociology - Social Inequality (T-T)
Social Equality, Human Rights and Social Justice
U Western Ontario, Sociology - Social Demography (CRC Tier II)
Department of Sociology Trent University 1-year Limited Term Appointment
The Department of Sociology invites applications for one limited term appointment at the Assistant Professor level, commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2004. The successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory sociology, and one of: classical theory; research methods; social inequality; self and social interaction. Applicants with a Ph.D in Sociology, and a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and research will be preferred. Submit a letter of application, indicating which courses you are qualified and willing to teach, and a curriculum vitae, and arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to Professor Jim Conley Chair, Department of Sociology

69. Job Vacancies
of the successful candidate, there would be opportunities to teach on other partsof the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in the sociology Department.
Research Department of Sociology Search this site
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Two Lectureship vacancies have arisen within the Department:
1. Lectureship in Sociology (Ref: 3711)
2. Lectureship in Quantitative Sociology (Ref: 3710)
1. Lectureship in Sociology (Ref: 3711) The post holder will be expected to make a significant contribution both to the department's research and to the BSc in Sociology, Culture and New Media. He or she will be expected to supervise undergraduate and Masters dissertations, and doctoral students. Depending on the particular areas of interest and expertise of the successful candidate, there would be opportunities to teach on other parts of the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in the Sociology Department. Candidates should have a strong research profile and a good publication record. It is expected that he or she will have research interests that relate to one or more of the Sociology Department's substantive research groupings: New Media and Communication Technologies; Culture, Identity and Ethnicity; Crime and Criminal Justice; Health, Social Divisions and the Life Course; and Sociology of the Environment.

70. NSF:SBE/SES/Sociology - Educating For The Future
sociology Program with naive conceptions of how the world works and that teachersneed to understand these conceptions before they can teach the children new
Educating For The Future
I. The Nature of the Problem Second, we have an alarming high school dropout rate. The national average is close to 25 percent. In some cities, as many as 50 percent of the young people do not graduate from high school. Dropout rates are especially high among African American and Hispanic youth who live in economically distressed neighborhoods. There is also evidence that these high dropout rates reflect a basic decline across the whole spectrum of American youth in the motivation to learn and in identification with the goals and values of schools. Third, there is growing concern about the effectiveness of the public school system. Despite substantial debate about school reform, the public school system has remained relatively unchanged for the last 100 years. If anything, public schools have become more insulated from the other institutions in this country. It is now widely acknowledged that schools need to be integrated into a wider set of social institutions, including families, employers and community institutions. But efforts aimed at these changes have been not been especially successful, in part because the public school systems have become so insular and balkanized. II. The Contribution of Research on Education

71. Second Teach-in On Sept. 11 Events
teachins, such as this one, remove us from isolation and fear Gary Fields, laboreconomics; Ronald Herring, government; Thomas Hirschl, rural sociology; Lee C
Second faculty teach-in on the Sept. 11 events is a walk-in-and-discuss affair
By Adrial Lobelo '02 To help continue the dialogue on issues surrounding the catastrophic events of Sept. 11, Isaac Kramnick, Cornell vice provost for undergraduate education, organized the university's second teach-in, held Monday, Oct. 15. Tim Murray, left, professor of English and director of graduate studies in film and video, speaks with freshman Max Eisenburger at "The Media and the Crisis" table, during the faculty teach-in in Willard Straight Hall's Memorial Room, Oct. 15. Nicola Kountoupes/University Photography The teach-in was an all-day affair held in the Memorial Room of Willard Straight Hall, chosen by Kramnick as an appropriate place for students to informally discuss issues with faculty members knowledgeable on a variety of subjects. Throughout the day, participating faculty were stationed at tables dedicated to preassigned topics, including: International Economic Implications; Buildings, Urban Disasters and the Cultural Meaning of Architecture; Islamic History, Culture and Religion; America and the World; The Crisis and American Politics; The Media and the Crisis; and Terrorism and Security. Students coming into the room were free to visit tables featuring topics they wanted to discuss. Many of the discussions early in the day focused on the political implications of the conflict.

72. Sociology, Anthropology And Politics
(The) World Lecture Hall sociology Anthropology/Archaeology Political Science. VirtualTraining Suite Fee 'teach yourself' tutorials delivered over the web for



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Sociology, Anthropology and Politics
Teaching resources:
some good examples
Social Indicators
Anthropology tutorials
Case studies for politics
BUBL Information Service
Social Sciences
CTI Centre for Sociology, Politics and Social Policy No longer updated since replaced by the LTSN above, but still worth having a look at. LTSN Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics The Learning and Teaching Support Network for these areas - a useful resource well worth bookmarking. Sociology - Assessment Strategies and Standards in Sociology : a resource handbook A two year project funded by HEFCE under its FDTL initiative, and completed in December 1999. SOSIG – Social Science Information Gateway Ethnology, Ethnography and Anthropology Politics Sociology ... (The) Voice of the Shuttle Web page for humanities research Politics and Government (The) World Lecture Hall Sociology Anthropology/Archaeology ... Virtual Training Suite Fee 'teach yourself' tutorials delivered over the web for students, lecturers and researchers who want to learn what the Internet can offer in their subject. Internet Anthropologist Internet Politician Internet Social Policy Internet Social Research Methods ... search

73. What Can I Do With A Major In Sociology? - Princeton Career Services
Recent sociology Graduates* Research Associate Corporate Executive Board, Washington,DC; Manager - McMaster-Carr, Santa Fe Springs, CA; teacher - teach for
Career Pursuits of Recent Sociology Graduates*:
  • Research Associate - Corporate Executive Board, Washington, DC
  • Manager - McMaster-Carr, Santa Fe Springs, CA
  • Teacher - Teach for America, NJ
  • Research Associate - Council on Foreign Affairs, New York, NY
  • Software Engineer - WinMill Software, New York, NY
  • Consultant - Public Affairs Group, Washington, DC
  • Elementary School Teacher - Teach for America, New York, NY
  • Coach 2 Coach Program - Olympic Aid (Princeton in Africa), Uganda
  • Seventh-Day Adventist Ministry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • 4th Grade Teacher - Boylston Public Schools, Boylston, MA
* These are examples of actual jobs new graduates accepted.
Selected Resources in Career Services Library
  • Great Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors Why Not Work for a Change: An Introduction to Careers in Social Change Days in the Lives of Social Workers Public Relations Career Directory Breaking into Advertising Insider's Guide for Management Consulting The Environmental Career Guide 150 Careers in the Health Field Book Publishing Career Directory

Resources and Information Online

74. Fulbright Visiting Lecturer In New Zealand Studies: Sociology/Anthropology | Awa
Fulbright New Zealand is calling for applications for a new award in New ZealandStudies to teach courses in New Zealand sociology and anthropology at

Fulbright Visiting Lecturer in New Zealand Studies: Sociology/Anthropology 2004/2005
The Awards Awards for New Zealanders Fulbright Visiting Lecturer in New Zealand Studies Eligibility Award requirements Restriction on re-entry to the US Entitlement Application process Fields of study for 2004-2006 Grantee Pack for New Zealanders Awards for Americans Grantee Pack for Americans
Georgetown University, Washington DC
Fulbright New Zealand is calling for applications for a new award in New Zealand Studies to teach courses in New Zealand sociology and anthropology at Georgetown University in 2004/2005. Note: This award, and a new Fulbright Distinguished Visiting Scholar in New Zealand Studies award replace the Fulbright Visiting Professorship in New Zealand Studies at Georgetown University.
  • Applicants must have a PhD and be currently employed at a recognised New Zealand tertiary educational institution. Successful applicants are expected to be employed at the level of associate professor or senior lecturer.

75. Washington College | Employment
of sociology and Anthropology has just been authorized to hire an instructor forthe spring semester of 2003 to teach one section of Introduction to sociology.
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DIRECTOR OF DINING SERVICES AND SUMMER CONFERENCES: REPLACEMENT ... SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR: REPLACEMENT LECTURER, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY The Washington College Department of Sociology and Anthropology has just been authorized to hire an instructor for the spring semester of 2003 to teach one section of Introduction to Sociology. The successful applicant will have entire responsibility for the section. Enrollment is limited to 35 students. The section will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30-3:45. The course stipend is competitive, and we offer a travel allowance as well. Requirements: ABD or near-ABD graduate student (or post-doc) with prior teaching experience and recommendations from a department faculty member with some knowledge of applicant's teaching ability; and from the department or program chair or director, or thesis advisor.

76. Welcome To The Comparative Sociology Department!
Alumni News. Comparative sociology Links. Thursday, February 06, 2003 PugetSound Comparative sociology Club teach for America. Anthropology Links.

Department Home
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Applied Anthropology Computer Network

American Anthropological Association

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Sociology Timeline
... Home Comparative Sociology Department 1500 North Warner Street (CMB 1092) Tacoma, WA 98416 Contact: Reggie Tison

77. Sociology - NDNU Catalog
SO103A, B Clinical sociology (3) Fall Clinical sociology introduces the studentto the practice of sociology. The goal is to teach applied skills, developed

  • Catalog Welcome Contents Undergraduate Admission ... School of Sciences Sociology
    Sociology strives to understand the relationships between human behavior and the social and physical worlds that we live in. First and foremost, it is a way of perceiving reality. What is the network of relationships that produce values and beliefs and actions? How and why do people make the choices that they do and what can or should be done to influence outcomes? How can this way of thinking prepare us for the "real" world of corporations, civic responsibility, human service, education, and the day-to-day interactions of everyday life? How can it help us make a difference in a world that needs all the help it can get? Underlying sociology, as taught at NDNU, is working for the common good. We encourage direct involvement in communities of all kinds and develop our curriculum to ensure that ample opportunities to use sociology in community-based programs exist in our courses and in extracurricular activities throughout the University. The Psychology/Sociology Department is part of the School of Sciences The Sociology major offers four areas of emphasis:
    • Sociology/Social Action prepares the student for careers in community service and social work Sociology/Behavioral Science allows the student to develop a traditional (general) sociology course of study or an interdisciplinary concentration, such as Women's Studies or Culture and Film, by selecting courses from Sociology and related disciplines.

78. USI: Sociology Department-What Can I Do With This Degree?
Obtain Ph.D. to teach and for advanced research positions in colleges Take coursesin sociology of education, social psychology, developmental psychology,.
What can I do with a sociology degree?
Believe it or not, there are many careers out there for sociology majors. Below, you will find areas of job interest, employers who hire in that area, and strategies (including classes to take, experience to gain, interviewing, etc.) to get that job.
  • Waste Management Firms Health Agencies Local Planning Agencies Environmental Advocacy Groups National Advocacy Groups Environmental Periodicals Federal Government Consulting Firms Take courses in general and urban ecology, statistics, and public speaking. Learn skills in communication networking, electronic mail, and analytical writing. Gain experience via part-time or internships and volunteer work. Obtain graduate degree for advancement.
Criminal Justice
Law Enforcement
  • Correction Institutions Court Systems Law Enforcement Agencies Emphasize research methods, statistics and computer skills. Obtain graduate degree for advancement.
  • Companies compiling market research data.

79. Adrian College - Current Students
Anthropology or related areas of Criminal Justice, Human Services, Social Workwith a primary responsibility to teach introductory sociology and cultural
Employment Positions Open at Adrian College Faculty Positions Sociology / Anthropology . Adrian College Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Human Services, Adrian, Michigan, seeks candidates for a tenure track assistant professor position beginning Fall 2003. Desired qualifications include a doctorate in Sociology or Cultural Anthropology or related areas of Criminal Justice, Human Services, Social Work with a primary responsibility to teach introductory Sociology and cultural anthropology courses and the flexibility and versatility to teach other departmental courses. This is a department with multiple focuses that functions effectively as a team. (Doctorate required for rank of assistant professor.) Salary commensurate with education and teaching experience. Interested applicants should submit letter of application, vitae, 3-5 references to Charles L. Vanderwell, Chair, Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Human Services Dept., Adrian College, 110 S. Madison, Adrian, MI 49221. EOE. Administrative Positions Assistant Director for Residence Life. Responsibilities:

80. Jackie Stacey, Sociology Department, Lancaster University
I usually teach 2 undergraduate courses, ‘The Representation of Women in Film’and also 20 weeks) is cotaught with Sarah Franklin (sociology) and looks at
Department of Sociology
Lancaster University
J ackie Stacey
Sociology Department

Cartmel College
Lancaster University

Lancaster, LA1 4YL, UK
Tel: +44 1524 594184
Fax: +44 1524 594256
email: Sociology Home Page Contact Us
  • Director of Research Student Programme (M Phil, PhD), Institute for Women's Studies Course Team Member, M.A. in Visual Culture, Institute for Cultural Research Co-Editor of the film and television studies journal Screen
Key Words:
feminist cultural research, film theory, stardom, visual culture, embodiment, gender and sexuality, autobiography, health cultures.
Teaching: Undergraduate
Teaching: Postgraduate: MA
Research Student Supervision: M.Phil/Phd
I have supervised research students within the areas of gender, culture and media since 1990. Topics have included: completed: in progress:
Research Interests And Key Publications
I have completed a co-authored book, Our first collaborative venture, Off-Centre: Feminism and Cultural Studies (Harper Collins/Routledge), was published in 1991 and was a co-edited collection to which we contributed two introductions and a chapter each.

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