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A scholar-practitioner might want to decide what concept, value, or framework in sociological practice is particularly important for students to know at the very beginning of a course. This “special emphasis” approach is detailed using four examples: cultural competence in a course on mediation...
Grounded in a thorough review of the relevant sociological and cross-disciplinary literature, the author makes a case for the value of using cases (also known as decision cases) and case studies in teaching undergraduate sociology students. Her thesis is that cases and case studies are under...
Concepts developed by classical and contemporary thinkers serve as guides to the details of organizational environments and help investigators determine the efficacy of given organizational patterns. Students of sociology develop the application component of the major, in part, when provided the...
A core element of the sociology curriculum is the methods course, intended to teach students the value of systematic observation and analysis of the social world. However, this one-shot approach to teaching methodological skills is ineffective and not well liked by students or faculty. A more...
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