Course Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, students should be able to: CLO1: Understand major perspectives in sociology used in the field of sociology CLO2: Have acquired a thorough knowledge of micro sociological concepts such as culture as a system, and the role of socialization in the society, groups and organizations CLO3: Have acquired a thorough knowledge of types macro sociological concepts such as social inequality, race and ethnicity and Understand the concepts of collective behavior and social movement


1 Introductory Session Understanding Course Content Instruction Methodology Introduction To Sociology
2 • Introduction To Sociology Project Discussion Group Making
3 • History Of Sociology Discipline Emergence Sociologists
4 • Theoretical Perspectives Explain What Sociological Theories Are And How They Are Used Understand The Similarities And Differences Between Structural Functionalism, Conflict Theory, And Symbolic Interactionism
5 Chapter 3 • Culture • Elements Of Culture • Theoretical Perspectives
6 Chapter 5 • Types Of Societies • Theories Of Self-Development • Why Socialization Matters
7 • Agents Of Socialization • Socialization Across The Life Course
8 Chapter 6 • Groups And Organization • Types Of Groups • Group Size And Structure • Formal Organization
9 Mid Term
10 • Social Stratification And Mobility • Global Inequality • Global Stratification And Classification
11 • Global Wealth And Poverty • Theoretical Perspectives
12 Chapter 11 • Race & Ethnicity • Racial, Ethnic, Minority Groups • Stereotype, Prejudice And Discrimination
13 • Theories Of Race And Ethnicity • Intergroup Relationships
14 Chapter 21 • Social Movements And Social Change
15 • Collective Behavior • Work And The Economy • Population, Urbanization And The Environment