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No. Sociology deals with individuals and groups of people and their interactions. It does not attempt to say what is and what is not good about any society.
The relevance of sociology of education to a classroom teacher is imperative as it helps the teacher understand a child's background. When understanding the background of an individual, it provides insight into why the individual acts the way he/she does.
After class lectures online or via telecourse I often am asked the question of how to do learn more about sociology online. Although, search engines can be a wonderful tool for random exploration, here are some websites worth your while: 1. The American Sociological Association (ASA) website has a section for students at all levels (http://www.asanet.org/apap/student.html). The ASA website also has the ASA booklet on careers in sociology at (http://www.asanet.org/student/career/homepage.html). Cut and Paste URL into your browser window. 2. If the sociological theorists seem too imposing, take a look at the Dead Sociologists' Society (http://www2.pfeiffer.edu/~lridener/dss/deadsoc.html). Larry Ridener founded the site after seeing the 1989 Robin Williams movie Dead Poets Society. As the Williams character tried to get his students interested in poetry, Ridener wanted his students interested in sociological ideas. The site has excellent links on a wide variety of sociology topics. 3. Sociology shows us that decisions that seem highly personal and individual (like the decision to commit suicide) fall into patterns. Another such decision is what to name a baby. You can see these patterns and check your own name at the U.S. Census website (http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames/). Cut and Paste URL into your browser window. 4. Sociology Journals: DMOZ.org the Open Directory Project purchased by GOOGLE has a pretty good list of academic and public sociology journals that is online accessible. http://www.dmoz.org/Science/Social_Sciences/Sociology/Journals/ Cut and Paste URL into your browser window. 5. SocioSite is part of the Social Science Information System based at the University of Amsterdam providing researchers a worldwide database and archive on sociology. Check it out - http://www.sociosite.net/index.php Cut and Paste URL into your browser window. 6. Chad M. Gesser Sociology Instructor at Owensboro Community and Technical College in Kentucky has done a nice job compiling study resources and reading material: http://www.octc.kctcs.edu/cgesser/Sociology/interestlinks/
There is a very good chance it was Auguste Comte. He is generally regarded as the founder of the discipline of sociology, and since he founded it, he may very well have been the first to teach about it; another person who may have been one of the first to teach it was Harriet Martineau, who translated Comte's ideas from French into English in 1853.
good luck to you we are the part of a society. As a member of a society, the importance of society to us is very much greater. As a Engineer we have to work in the society. So it's important to know about society, its member, civilization etc.
Very, very good for girls. The girls that intends to attend a college on Pharmacy must have had good marks on chemistry when attending high school.
No but it helps to get a good career
so they can get a degree and get a good job
If you get As on everything, get to go to a good college, and have a good career, you are a genius.
If you have an interest in taking classes in photography programs, then you should be sure to check out the career services department of that college. It is important for you to understand what your job options will be when you walk out of a photography program. Some schools have very good career placement, so seek to attend these schools.
Come to India and select any college
You will need to attend barber college to get good barber training. This is hands on training so you will need to attend a local school.
Criminal justice is a good career for college students because they have a chance to fight against the bad in our world's environments. They will get a full degree in this field.
High school is the lowest level of education you can have to be applicable to get a job. Going to college or university is also good to have if you want to get a specific career or higher-paying job that requires a university degree or college certificate/diploma.
yes it is almost good for any type of career!