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Luna, Yvonne M.; Winters, Stephanie A. – Teaching Sociology, 2017
Introduction to Sociology at a large public university was taught in two separate formats, blended learning and lecture, during the same semester by the first author. While some similarities existed, the distinction was in delivery of course content. Additionally, the blended class had one-third less in-class time that was primarily devoted to…
Descriptors: Sociology, Introductory Courses, College Students, Blended Learning
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Bordt, Rebecca L. – Teaching Sociology, 2004
This paper describes an experiential learning exercise I have used to teach race discrimination in my introductory and criminology courses. The exercise is designed to introduce students to the concept of non-conscious forms of racial bias, a form of race discrimination often difficult for students to grasp. Using a hypothetical criminal case,…
Descriptors: Race, Racial Discrimination, Experiential Learning, Crime