SOCI-200 - Introduction to Women's Studies - Karith Meyers
|Course:||Introduction to Women's Studies|
Greetings and welcome to this College of the Canyons Introduction to Women's Studies course. I look forward to the start of this class section - it is by far one of my favorites to teach. The approach I use in teaching sociology is to make the connection of sociological concepts you learn in this course, as they are relevant to your every day life and to current issues at the local, national, and global levels. After reading the message below, please feel free to email me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome and encourage emails prior to the first day of class and throughout the duration of this course.
Provides an overview of the academic field of women's studies, including the social and cultural consequences of living in a "gendered world." Socialization, communication, politics, crime, sexuality, and religion are examined, as well as the historical and cross-cultural aspects of gender relationships.
What to Expect in this Course
This is a 100% Asynchronous course with no face to face class sessions, other than Zoom office hours. All course materials will be provided online in Canvas at no cost to students. Materials and assignments include; textbook chapters for reading, PowerPoint slideshows, course handouts, additional readings, weekly quizzes, one examination, weekly office hours, weekly forum discussions and one research project with 3-creative options for delivery to select from.
This course may be accessed via Canvas at cv.canyons.edu on the first day of the course. Online courses require access to a computer and a reliable source of Wifi. Students who do not have Wifi may consider accessing lab resources on campus.
Types of Assessments
Weekly Concept Check Quizzes.
Weekly prompted Discussion Forums.
One Midterm Exam.
One Final Research Project: Choice of Essay, Recorded Video, or PowerPoint Slideshow.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Sociology 200 | Introduction to Women's Studies by Katie Coleman with contributions by Robert Wonser and Kim Bonfiglio
LGBTQIA+ Safe Zone Project Resource Guide .
Online | Introduction to Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies .
Other Relevant Course Information
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Last updated: 11/02/2021 Sub#: 1046