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  • 1. Ateneo de Zamboanga University College of Liberal Arts Social Sciences Department Course Outline in So-An 101Title of the Course: Sociology-Anthropology 101 (So-An 101)Course Description: This is an introductory course, which highlights the basic concepts and dynamic processes of the individual and society as well as culture. This 3-unit course will be divided into two: the first half will focus on Anthropology while the second half on Sociology.Course Objectives: At the end of the course, the students are expected to: a. describe, compare, and contrast the different basic concepts related to Anthropology and Sociology; b. apply the anthropological and sociological perspectives in analyzing some human phenomena as well as their implication to the culture of peace; c. demonstrate/perform at least one cultural practice of any western Mindanao cultures; and d. demonstrate deeper appreciation on the different cultures in the Philippines, specifically western Mindanao.Course Requirements: Attendance Reports/Presentations Assignments Seat-works/group-works/artworks Quizzes (objective, essay, etc.) Mid-term Exam Oral participation Final ExamGrading System: Class Standing (CS) = Quizzes + Class-works/presentations + other considerations Midterm Grade (MG) = [2/3 (CS) + Midterm Exam] /3 Second Quarter Grade (2ndQG) = CS of the second quarter period Final Grade = (MG + 2ndQG + Final Exam Grade)/3Course Content ReferencesPart I. SOCIOLOGY 1. Understanding Sociology a. What is sociology? Meriam Webster, Wikipedia b. Areas/Subfields of Sociology Internet Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. Introduction To Sociology and Anthropology. Manila, Phil.: Rex Book Store, Inc. c. Sociology and the Social Sciences Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. Sociology, 9th Edition. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. d. The Development of Sociology Schaefer, Richard T. 2005; (Pioneers in the study of Sociology) Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996; Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et.al. 2006. Applied Sociology: A Modular Approach (Textbook in General Sociology). Valenzuela City, Philippines: Mutya Publishing House. e. Methods of Inquiry in Sociology Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. f. The Sociological Imagination Massey, Garth (ed.). 2000. Readings for Sociology, 3rd Edition. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.; Internet g. Major Theoretical Perspectives Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. (Functionalist, Conflict, Interactionist) 2. Groups and Organizations a. Understanding groups Schaefer, Richard T. 2005; Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996; Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et. al. 2006.
  • 2. b. Understanding organizations Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. 3. Socialization a. The role of socialization Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. b. Importance of Socialization Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. c. The Social Frame of Reference Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. d. Components of Socialization Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. e. Types of Social Interaction Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. f. Functions of Socialization Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. g. The self and socialization Schaefer, Richard T. 2005; Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. h. Socialization and the life course Schaefer, Richard T. 2005. i. Agents of socialization Schaefer, Richard T. 2005; a. Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996.Part II. ANTHROPOLOGY 2. Anthropology a. What is Anthropology? Whitten, Philip & David E.K. Hunter (eds.). 1990. Anthropology: Contemporary Perspectives (Sixth Edition). USA: Harper Collins Publishers; Internet b. Branches of anthropology Whitten & Hunter (eds.). 1990; Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. Introduction To Sociology and Anthropology. Manila, Phil.: Rex Book Store, Inc. c. Specific Subfields of Anthropology Montalvan, Antonio J. II. 2006. Anthropology of Transculturalism: Understanding Context & Diversity in Health Care. Cagayan de Oro City, Phil.: Capitol University Press; d. Relationship between Sociology and Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. Anthropology 3. Culture a. What is culture? Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. b. Aspects/Types of Culture Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. c. Components of Culture Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et.al. 2006. Applied Sociology: A Modular Approach (Textbook in General Sociology). Valenzuela City, Philippines: Mutya Publishing House. d. Characteristics of Culture Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. e. Aspects of Cultural Variation Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et.al. 2006. f. Growth and Spread of Culture Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996; Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et.al. 2006. g. Functions of Culture Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. h. Modes of acquiring culture Palispis, Epitacio S. 1996. i. Attitudes Towards Cultural Variation Cabalu, Danilo Hipolito, et.al. 2006. 4. Cultures in the Philippines & Western Mindanao a. A Glimpse of the Ethno-Linguistic Groups Peralta, Jesus T. 2000. Glimpses: Peoples in the Philippines of the Philippines. Manila, Phil.: National Commission on Culture and the Arts b. Subanen c. Sama-Bajau d. Yakan Internet, books, magazines, pictures, e. Tausug f. f.Chabacano videos, journals, etc

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