Sociology is about people being concerned about the changes they observe going on in society and the desire people have to...
Sociology is about people being concerned about the changes they observe going on in society and the desire people have to study contemporary and historical societies in order to improve their own. Sociology specializes in this concern as it relates to industrial societies. So in this course, you will also: Explore the historical conditions for the emergence of sociology. Explain how institutions and organizations work, including interdependence of social systems, conflicts of interests within and between social units, and the elements of social change. Analyze the causes and consequences of inequalities rooted in gender, race, ethnicity, age, class, and sexual orientation. This includes understanding of cross cultural variations and global patterns regarding these components of stratification. This is a fully functional demonstration of one topic from the complete McGraw-Hill course. Full courses tend to be fourteen topics plus a review week, and have alternative content available for customization purposes. Once the course is placed within your Learning Management System, the instructor can turn features off and on via the functionality of the LMS. McGraw-Hill also provides solutions for hosting courses if your institution does not support a Learning Management System. The following are just some of the key facets of our development methodology: Each course begins and ends with input from subject matter experts teaching in the field. They are based on a foundation that includes Bloom's Taxonomy of Education Objectives. We build in engaging interactivity to reach learners with different learning styles and multiple intelligences. Each course is SCORM-compliant and works with all major Learning Management Systems. For information on how to purchase a course or have a course customized to your specific needs please contact us at Learning_Solutions@McGraw-Hill.com. We hope you enjoy!
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