Acrobatiq Smart Author Content for Introduction to Sociology provides students with a strong foundation in the major concepts and issues of sociology, its applications in all sectors of contemporary society, and its basic methodology and role within education, politics, media, government, social institutions and social inequality studies. The structure of social class is examined with careful consideration of the impact of societal organizations and norms of behavior.
As students interact with the learning activities, learning data is continually collected, analyzed and reported to The Learning Dashboard™, providing educators with real-time actionable insights about how well students are mastering courseware learning objectives.
Introduction to Sociology Includes:
- 19 Units
- 15 Modules
- 48 Learning Objectives
- Over 2000 Formative and Summative Assessment Opportunities
- Dynamic media items on Social Change, Population and Social Control
Unit 1: Foundations of Sociology
Unit 2: Individuals in Society
Unit 3: Groups in Society
Unit 4: Race, Class, and Gender Inequality
Unit 5: Other Sources of Inequality
Unit 6: Social Institutions
Unit 7: A Changing Society