Introduction to Sociology Course
Introduction to Sociology is taught
in virtually all
Data provided by the American Sociological Association
Sociology is also taught on every continent in the world
Examples of courses (introductory and others) from 48 countries around the world have been collected at McMaster University.
Sample syllabi and other teaching materials for the course are available for sale through the ASA online bookstore .
For example, Introductory Sociology Resource Manual.
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Compiled by James Sikora and Njeri Mbugua. The sixth edition contains eight articles about the core; 21 syllabi of introductory sociology courses; a wide array of assignments, projects, and class exercises, and a list of contributors. 262 pp., 2004.
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|Research on teaching and learning in introductory sociology and upper level courses is published regularly in Teaching Sociology.|
There is considerable convergence in these sources and among major textbooks in the field on substantive units of sociological inquiry.