Sociology of Aging and the Aged
University of New Mexico (SOC 310)
Students will draw on sociological literature to on aging to critically examine: 1) how aging is influenced by gender roles, culture, sexuality, social class and ethnicity; 2) the importance of understanding the aging body as a social construct; 3) how physical aspects of society (environment, buildings, transportation) and technology influence the experience of aging; and 4) the sociological impact of aging successfully with disability and/or illness.
Sociological Data Analysis
Instructor. 2021S, 2020F, 2018F
University of New Mexico (SOC 381L)
Students successfully completing this course will be able to (1) understand how and why social scientists use statistics, (2) produce basic descriptive and inferential statistics, (3) develop practical skills with SPSS statistical software, and (4) be informed consumers of quantitative social science research.
University of Arkansas (SOCI 2033)
This course will help you develop critical and sociological thinking through the analysis of issues, including race/ethnicity, class, gender, health, and crime. The course should help you clarify why you believe what you believe, help you understand the implications and consequences of those beliefs, and help you to compare your perceptions with empirical studies of the social world.
University of Arkansas (SOCI 3413)
This course provides an overview of the social determinants of health, disease, illness, and the organization/delivery of medical care and health care. The goal of this class is (1) to identify the sociological dimension of health and illness-related phenomena in society and (2) to analyze the ways that social structures influence disparities in health and access to health care.
Statistics for Sociologist
Instructor. 2016F - 2017S
University at Albany, SUNY (SOC 221)
The objectives of this course are (1) to advance your understanding of how to properly use statistics in daily life; (2) to establish a solid foundation for your future statistical training; and (3) to develop basic statistical skills that will assist you in achieving your career goals in the coming years.