Welcome to the course page for: Sociology/Anthropology 150 at OCC


Scroll down to find links to your course syllabus, exam study guides, prompts for the Final Paper and Presentation, and downloadable lecture slides. If you run in to any trouble, E-mail me at the school email address found on the first page of your syllabus

Links for Readings and Topics Brought up in Class: Send me your links!



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Click the correct link below to view or download you course syllabus


OCC Syllabus



Final Research Paper Prompt





Final Presentation


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Critical Summary & Article Analysis Assignments (CSA's)

CSA #1-Corresponds to Reading #1-Check Due Date in Syllabus

For those of you who have not yet obtained your textbook, a copy of article #1 can be found at this link:
https://archive.org/stream/raceandConstructionOfHumanIdentity/SmedleyRace_djvu.txt

CSA #2-Corresponds to Readings #5 and #6-Note that I reduced the total pages to read in the instructions

CSA#3-Corresponds to Readings #9 and #14

CSA#4-In Class
CSA#5-Corresponds to Readings #21 (reduced pages), #22, and #23

CSA#6

CSA#7-In Class
CSA#8-Corresponds to Readings 30, 31, 32

CSA#9-Corresponds to Readings 39 and 42

CSA#10-Will be completed in class.






Exam Study Guides


Exam #1-Two Part Study Guide
Part #1

Part#2

Exam #2-Study Guide


Exam #3-Final Exam






Downloadable Lecture Slides

Introduction to Sociology & Anthropology-Lec #1


Introduction to Social Theory-Lec #2

Rosenblum Pages 1-21-Lec#3

Rosenblum: Pages 21-25-Lec #4

Rosenblum: Pages 25-40

Section 2

Rosenblum pgs 193-205


Rosenblum: Pages 205-217

Section 3






Attention: here is the link to a short excerpt from the book, "The New Jim Crow" by Michelle Alexander. Please read it and feel free to check out the website and purchase the book so you can keep your sociological imagination strongly engaged following the conclusion of our course! Also, view the short trailer (the second link) from a speech given by Alexander. If you would like to watch additional speeches given by Alexander on this topic, simply Google her name.
http://newjimcrow.com/about/excerpt-from-the-introduction
http://newjimcrow.com/about/book-trailer

Section 4