SOLUTION: SOCL 201 ITESM Social Class and Housing Identification of The Issue Essay

Sociology 201 CRN10090
Introduction to Sociology – Online
Dr. Ollie Christian, Ph.D.
Southern University – Baton Rouge Campus
Spring 2021
Part I. Course Information
Welcome to the Spring 2021 Semester!
Brief Bio:
Welcome ladies and gentlemen to Sociology 201. My name is Dr. Ollie Christian and I
received my doctorate from Louisiana State University in the field of Sociology. I also
received two master’s degrees from L.S.U. The first was my master’s degree in Social
Work, and the second master’s degree is in Political Ecology. My clinical experiences
include but not limited to the following: juvenile delinquency, mental health, corrections and
individual and family clinical treatment.
S. U. Mission Statement Mandela College
The College of Government and Social Sciences (SBS) mission is to provide opportunities for
a diverse student population to achieve a high-quality educational experience, to engage
in scholarly research, creative activities and meaningful public service to the community,
the state, the nation, and global environment.
Helpful Information
I would like to give you some helpful information and a few hints for the successful
completion of this course.
For many of you, this is your first experience with an online course. Even if you are an
expert at it, remember that online courses provide a different way to study and require a
few different skills from you as the student.
You will find that, as an online learner, self-motivation and self- discipline are paramount.
This means that you are completely responsible for establishing and maintaining a regular
study system. In addition, some students anticipate that online courses will be easier than
face-to-face courses. From my conversations, mostly student’s say…. They are NOT. You
will be responsible for the same course materials and the same standards of excellence
that are required in the face-to-face courses. I will provide you with support during the
course, you should be aware of the self discipline required to successfully complete Social
Problems.
You will have access to the course site January 20, 2021. It is important to get started
right away and to maintain the pace outlined in your course materials. Also, you must
keep current with the weekly schedule.
SOCL 201 Syllabus Spring 2021 Introduction to Sociology
Review the course syllabus carefully, and if you should have questions, you may e-mail me
at Ollie_Christian@subr.edu.
Have a great falland a wonderful learning experience!
Instructor: Ollie Christian, Ph.D.
Office: 212-B Higgins Hall
E-Mail: Ollie_christian@subr.edu
Virtual Office Hours: 1:00-3:00 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday
Course Information
(S.U. Catalog, P. 345)
Major Problems resulting from group life in the United States; individual, family and
community disorganization.
Credit: Three Hours
No Prerequisite for this course.
Required Textbook:
Ferris, Kerry and Jill Stein. The Real World: An Introduction to Sociology.2018 6th edition, W.W.
Norton Companying. and Tischler, Intro. To Sociology which I have on reserve in the S.U. Library.
Some of the chapters will be assigned from Tischler’s book. Be sure to read these chapters when
they are assigned in class. The book is under the name of Dr. Christian.
Prerequisite Non.
3 Credit Hours.
Course Description
The scientific study of the origin’s evolution and organization of social life, imminent scholars of
sociology, the development and understanding of the present day social cultural life.
Course Objectives
The objective of the course is to introduce students to the theoretical perspective, theories,
development of sociology and social issues that exist in contemporary American society.
II. Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1). Identify sociological scholars, theories, concepts and methods of research investigation.
2). Analyze, document, debate by way of sociological research investigation the ongoing
social problem processes and issues using a position paper debate format.
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3). Examine current national/ international social problems including but not limited to race
relations, sexual violence, HIV-AIDS, terrorism, unemployment, poverty, aging, inequitable
health care, environmental racism, public health and domestic violence.
4). Explore the ways in which these social problems and attempts to handle or deal with
these problems impact our daily lives at the level of individual, family and community.
III. Assessment and Measurements
Grading
The final grade for the course will be based on the total number of points earned in the
four components of.
Total Grade Calculations:
Discussion Post (2post @100 points each.
Small Assignments (2 post @50 pts. each.
Quizzes 4 @ 100 pts. each
Position Paper
Documentary 2 @ 50 points each
Total Possible Points
200 points
100 points
400 points
100 points
100 points
900 points
Total Grade Calculations
100 – 90
A
89 – 80
B
79 – 70
C
69 – 60
D
59 – Below
F
Student Expectations
Throughout this course, we will engage in social issues. Thus, it is necessary that we
create and maintain an environment conducive to learning, free of judgment and full of
respect and support for one another.
Attendance
Class attendance is expected. A roll will be taken at each class period.
Please be present. You must login each day on MOODLE- the learning
management system.
Excused absences such as religious holidays, funerals, military orders, medical,
emergencies, family emergencies and court appearances must be discussed
with me if any intended absences should occur from class. Be sure to provide
verification of your absence. Athletes, you must get a statement
from your coach on official letter head or SU email, sent to me 2 weeks before the
event.
SOCL 201 Syllabus Spring 2021 Introduction to Sociology
Active Participations
For you to get as much as you can out of the class, it is necessary for you to invest in
the class by attending class, listening, and offering your ideas, beliefs, opinions and
thoughts. Your views are welcome.
Part IV. Course Schedule
Week 1 – Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective
Week 2- Chapter 2 Doing Sociology: Research Methods
Week 3 – Chapter 3 Culture
Week 4- Chapter 4 Socialization, Interaction, and the Self
Week 5 Chapter 5 Life in Groups
Week 6- Chapter 6 Deviance
Week 7- Chapter 7 Social Class and Inequality
Week 8 – Chapter 8 Race and Ethnicity
Week 9 – Chapter 9 Gender and Sexuality
Week 10 – Chapter 10 Social Institutions
Week 11 – Chapter 11 The Economy and Work
Week 12 – Chapter 12 Families and Relationships
Week 13 – Chapter 13 Leisure and Media
Week 14 – Chapter 14 Health and Illness
Week 15 – Chapter 15 (TBA)
Week 16 – Chapter 16 (TBA)
Week 17 – Chapter 17 (TBA)
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Week 18 – Final exam will be given from April 29 – May 5, 2021 beginning at
8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Also, stay in touch with the S.U. academic calendar. Very
important!
Each student is required to follow the University’s Academic calendar.
V. Instructional Materials
Small Assignments
The assignments are designed to help you to acquire a broader understanding of key
social issues. The assignments will be posted for you to investigate. Two assignments will
be posted. Each is worth five points each. Be sure to complete each. All assignments must
be submitted as pdf files. MS Word Documents will not be accepted.
Instructions on how to save your work as a pdf from MS Word are given. 3 Ways to
Save/Convert Word Doc to PDF. Review the following
link: https://youtu.be/JFvugZKUa3I
Quizzes
You will have four quizzes. The quizzes will evaluate your understanding of the
concepts and topics covered in class. All quizzes will be administered via the MMS
(Moodle Management System).
You must complete the quiz in one sitting. (You cannot close it and come back later
once it is open) and you may only complete each quiz once. If you fail to complete a quiz
during the time it is available, you will receive zero credit. Each quiz is worth twenty-five
points. The quizzes will be true/false and multiple choices. Quizzes will be given on the
weekend. Check announcements each day.
VI. Course Activities and Learner Interactions
Discussion Board
Each student will be expected to respond to two discussion board reflections. The
reflection statement will be graded on your ability to:
1). Answer the questions posted.
2). Define and utilize concepts discussed in reading and /or film/documentary.
3). Give careful, thoughtful and organized responses.
4). Be sure to proof your work. Check for spelling errors, sentence
structure and punctuations.
Films: Miss Evers Boys’ https://youtu.be/nHP1p9bRQ3Q
Black Wall Street https://youtu.be/xowgdvbMlUk
and/or
Rosewood https://youtu.be/Bx-lH_Bqf-U
Watch post for due dates.
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You can also receive bonus points by responding to a classmate’s reflection. Your
response to your classmates must be no less than fifty words in order to receive
credit.
Live Text
Each student is required to have live text. You will be given two live text assignments.
The assignments must be loaded into the live text system where your assignments will be
evaluated by your professor. You may contact Debra Tilson (debra_tilson@subr.edu) for
your password if you do not have one. You will be notified when the assignment is
posted.
LIVETEXT SUBSCRIPTION
Southern University and A&M College-Baton Rouge has entered into partnership with
LIVETEXT, INC to provide online academic resources for student collaboration and learning
outcomes assessment. Therefore, all students enrolled in this course are required to
purchase a subscription from LIVETEXT, INC through the Southern university Bookstore.
LIVETEXT, INC provides students with the electronic tools and services needed to serve
them in their course and in their career or academic pursuits beyond graduation.
LIVETEXT is a great tool that will enable you to:
▪ Create electronic portfolios
▪ Share your resumes and professional portfolios
▪ Engage in discussion boards with other students, create study groups and other
types of social networks
▪ Complete assignments in your courses
▪ Engage in a result driven culture of assessment at Southern University
▪ Participate in a process that will allow for data driven curricular improvements that
foster improved student performance and learning.
Requirements – EACH STUDENT IS REQURIED TO SUBMIT 2 LIVETEXT PROJECTS. Your
LiveText assignments will be posted in LiveText.
VII. Course Technology
The technology used in this online course consist of:
▪ Documentary
▪ YouTube: Black Wall Street
▪ Moodle Management System
▪ Google Chrome
▪ Firefox
▪ Safari
▪ Internet Explorer
The system requirement for Moodle is at least 256 MB; 4 GB Storage
VIII. Learner Support
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The following information technology links are recommended as support features to
you if you are in need of assistance.
Moodle
Link: https://moodle3.subr.edu
Live Text
Link: https://www.livetext.com
Information Technology Help Desk Phone Number: 225-771-(HELP) 4357.
Contact person:
Chrisena Williams chrisena_williams@subr.edu (Southern University IT Support)
Debra Tilson debra_tilson@subr.edu
(LIVE TEXT Support)
IX. Accessibility and Usability
Accommodations for students with learning, emotional, psychological and physical
disabilities
In accordance with university policy every effort will be made to accommodate
students who are registered with the Disability Support Services. The office is located in
Blanks Hall. You may contact Ms. Jada Netters at 225.771.3546 or email her: Jada Netters
Hebert patricia_hebert@subr.edu
See link to Disability Policy
X. Course Policy
Syllabus Revision
Your professor reserves the right to modify the course syllabus as deemed necessary.
Late Work Policy
Be sure to pay close attention to deadlines – there will be no make-up assignments or
quizzes, or late work accepted without a serious and compelling reason. You must have
instructor’s approval.
Student Athletes: If you are a member of a university athletic team, band, group your
supervisor or coach must send me an email or letter on SU Letterhead to
ollie_christian@subr.edu
Netiquette Guidelines
The following tips will enhance the learning experience for each student, and they are:
1. Do not use offensive language
2. Maintain an open mind
3. Avoid using slang language
4. Please think and proof your work before you push the “send” button
5. Feel free to ask questions, make comments
6. Allow other students to join in on discussions.
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Complete Assignments
All assignments are to be submitted electronically and submitted by the given
deadline. Extensions are granted only under extreme conditions. Documentation must be
provided.
When You May Drop This Course
It is your responsibility to determine if you should un-enroll from a course. Refer to the
Spring 2021 calendar that has been posted online under academic affairs. Click on the
calendar.
Incomplete Policy
Under emergency issues, students may petition for an incomplete grade.
Documentation must be presented to your professor detailing your special circumstance. If
approved, the incomplete work must be submitted within a special time frame. Also, your
academic performance must be in good standing.
Academic Integrity
Students are expected to comply with Southern University Code of Academic honor.
This code holds you, the student accountable for: Plagiarism and cheating.
Position Paper
Below are topics for consideration as you begin to research your topic for your
position paper. Follow the format as it is written. There are nine independent questions
that you must respond to separately. For example,
#1. Identification of the issue – (your response)
#2. Identify the etiology of the problem – (your response)
Continue this format as presented. Do Not Modify the Format or change it in anyway.
Note: The paper must be five pages (content only) and documented with APA (American
Psychological Association). Be sure to include a work cited sheet and a bibliography.
Proof your work for errors. Use current reference, journal articles within the last ten years.
Use two journal articles or more. All assignments must be submitted as pdf files.
Links:
JSTOR Journals
EBSCO host Database
https://www.jstor.org
https://www.ebsco.com
Purdue Owl
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
Topic Selection
For your Position Paper, you may develop your paper from the following topic(s).
Select only one and then proceed to investigate and respond to each of the position
paper questions as listed above. Again, do not modify the questions. Follow the
directions as stated in order to avoid penalty.
SOCL 201 Syllabus Spring 2021 Introduction to Sociology
Area I
Social Inequality
Race and Ethnicity
Social Class
Poverty
Aging
Sexual Orientation
World Hunger
Social Class and
Housing
Area II
Social Institutions
Religion
Mass Media
Families
Education
Economy
Health and
Medicine
Presidential
Election
Area III
Physical and Social
Work
Crime
Criminal Justice
Drug Abuse
Homelessness
Terrorism
Feminization of
Poverty
Area IV
Social Movements
Social Change
Individual Activism
Public Social Policy
Public Health
Federal Urban Policy
Department of Sociology
Research Format for Position Paper
Dr. Ollie Christian, Professor
Purpose: To express formally the student’s opinion on a public issue.
1. Identification of the issue.
2. Identify the etiology- of the problem providing the causative factors which contribute to the
problem.
3. Show the relationship between the historical and current perspectives of the issue though
comparison and contrast as well as past and present attempts to provide meaningful solutions.
4. Identify the segments of the population affected by the problem
5. The student should state his/her attitude toward the issue (supporting or opposing) providing
reasons for any given attitude at the same time providing a minimum of five (5) supportive
arguments for and five (5) opposing arguments against a selected issue.
6. Student’s recommendation for a meaningful solution.
7. A rationale for the student’s recommendation.
8. Suggestion for the mode of implementing his/her recommendation.
9. The student must provide accurate validity, documentation (and bibliography) and
explanations in terms of his ideas, fact: and argument
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Submission of Your Work
You are to submit your work as follows when in Moodle and in Live Text. These are two
different online programs.
Moodle Submission Only: Name of the assignment/date/week
#/lastname_firstname.
Failure to follow these directions will result in a grade point penalty.
Live Text Submission Only: Name of the assignment/date/week#/
lastname_firstname.
Do Not submit text pages, ODT, JPG, JPEGs, GIFs, or other format other than what is asked
for which is a PDF.
Failure to follow these directions will result in loss of point and/or grade penalty.
MS Office is available through technology Network Services (TNS). You may get
a free copy of adobe PDF reader at ADOBE.Com.
My best to each of you. Have a great and rewarding spring.
Reading: Follow the weekly reading schedule that has been posted in your syllabus.
Discussion Post 1: (Due January 27, 2021, by 11p.m. )
Define: Sociology, culture, social interaction, secondary research and theory worth 100 points.
Discussion Post 2: (Due February 5, 2021, by 11 P.M.) Discuss the contribution of the following theorist to
sociology: August Comte, Emile Durkheim, Karl Marx, Max Weber, and W.E.B. DuBois. 100 points.
Small Assignments
Small Assignment 1 (Due: February 12, 2021) Activity: Explain the difference between ethnocentrism and
cultural relativism. 50 points
Small Assignment 2: (Due February 26, 2021) Explain how extreme deprivation affect early childhood
socialization. 250 words or more. 50 points.
Quizzes (Multiple choice and True and False) Quiz 1 – Cover Chapters 1,2,3, and 4.
Date: February 19, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. 100 points.
Quiz 2: Covers Chapters 4,5, 6, and 7 (Mid-Term) Date: March 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. 100
points
Quiz 3: Covers Chapters 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12. Date: April 9, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. 100 points
Quiz 4: Covers Chapters 13, 14, 15 and 16. Date: April 29, 2021 @ 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
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Note: The final exam will cover chapters 13, 14,15, and 16 and Chapters 3, 4, 8, 12 previous chapters.
A chapter review will be given on April 16, 2021.
Bonus Activities:
Activity #1: Movie Review: We are Rising. Due: April 16, 2021 by 11:00 p.m. Bonus Points: 10 points
Activity #2: Chapter selection (Discuss your favorite Chapter) Due: April 23, 2021 by 11:00 p.m. Bonus
Points: 10 points
Position Paper
Due March 31, 2021 by 11:00 p.m.
Please follow the position paper format as posted in the syllabus. Do not alter the format. Be sure to
include two scientifically referred journal articles. 12 points. Double space. APA manual of style for writing
papers. Five pages in length. Works cited sheet and bibliography are not included in the five pages of
content. Document in the body of the paper. Use current articles and books within the last ten years.
Worth up to 100 points.
Live Text Assignments
Live Text #1 (Due: March 6, 2021 by 11:00 p.m.) Submit only in Live Text.
Live Text #2 (March 20, 2021 by 11:00 p.m.) Submit only in Live Text.
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