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Dandaneau, Steven P. – Teaching Sociology, 2009
"The Sociological Imagination" is among the most recognized books in the history of American Sociology. Yet, the sociological imagination as such, a radical form of self-consciousness, is not commonly well understood nor easily acquired. This essay examines the challenges thus faced by instructors who seek to accurately impart what Mills…
Descriptors: Imagination, Sociology, Undergraduate Students, Essays
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McKinney, Kathleen; Vacca, Karey; Medvedeva, Maria A.; Malak, Janice – Teaching Sociology, 2004
In this article, we report on a study about the experiences of graduating sociology majors with out-of-class learning opportunities (OOCLO). Research questions included the following: (1) What is the nature of participation in out-of-class learning for our sociology majors? (2) What barriers do students see to engaging in such experiences? (3)…
Descriptors: Student Characteristics, Sociology, Barriers, Correlation