Ders Adı Gender Stratification
Ders Kodu 02erssos7117
Dersin Türü Zorunlu
Ders Biriminin Seviyesi Lisansüstü
Yıl Hazırlık
Dönem 2.Yarıyıl
AKTS 6
Dersi Veren(ler) 3-H.Eylem Kaya
Dersin Yardımcıları
Dersin Öğrenme Çıktıları This course is designed as an introduction to the discipline of sociology. Sociology understands and explains human behaviors as a result of social and cultural contexts. Sociologists think that social and cultural contexts play more important role in shaping human behavior than do biological, psychological or economic factors. Although all these factors do play a part, sociologists concentrate on the social and cultural contexts.
Ders İşleme Biçimi Yüz Yüze
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Dersin İçeriği In this course you will learn about these fundamental processes of social change, about basic ideas of sociology, and about the names and ideas of the most prominent sociologists. Taken together all this makes up the vocabulary and the language of sociology, which this course introduces.
Dersin Verildiği Diller Türkçe
Dersin Hedefleri Toplumsal Cinsiyet algı ve farkındalığının kazandırılması
Dersin Amacı Gender stratification, cuts across all aspects of social life, cuts across all social classes, and refers to men and women's unequal access to power, prestige, and property on the basis of their sex. Gender refers to behavioral differences between males and females that are culturally based and socially learned (Appelbaum & Chambliss, 1997:218). Henslin (1999) argues that in every society, the primary division between people is based on gender. sex
WorkPlacement Each class will begin with a lecture that will provide an overview of readings assigned for class. The lecture will be followed by class discussion. Each student is expected to participate in the discussion of each week's readings. Therefore reading assignments should be completed by the date scheduled on the class calendar. University guidelines expect students to spend about 1.5-2.0 hours preparation for every 1 hour of class time; for our course this means 8-10 hours preparation per week. I will limit readings to 5-7 pages on average per session. Attendance is REQUIRED, because during the lectures material will be presented which is not covered in the readings. Lecture contents will be included on exams. Surveys show that students who miss classes have double rate of failure in intro to sociology courses comparing to those students who have not missed a class in the course.
Hafta Konular  
1 1 Week: The Sociological Perspective: An Introduction Introduction and getting started. How to study for the course? Sociological Perspective; Origins of Sociology: Auguste Comte (Henslin, pp. 2-7)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
2 2 Week: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Herbert Spencer & Karl Marx (Henslin, p. 7-9) Emile Durkheim (Henslin, p. 9-10) Max Weber (Henslin, p. 10-11);
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
3 3 Week: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Symbolic interactionism (Henslin, pp. 21-24). Functional analysis (Henslin, pp. 24-26);
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
4 Week: Socialization Conflict theory (Henslin, pp. 27-29) Summary of the Chapter 1
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
5 Results of the first test will be provided and discussed. What is human nature? Cooley (Henslin, pp. 63-68). Socialization into the self, mind and, emotions: Mead (Henslin, pp. 68-70); Freud & socialization into gender (Henslin, pp. 72; 75-78); Agents of socialization (Henslin, pp. 78-84); : Deviance & Social Control
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
6 Functionalist perspective on deviance (Henslin, pp. 208-214); Conflict perspective on deviance (Henslin, pp. 214-216); Reactions to deviance (Henslin, pp. 216-225)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
7 8 Week: Social Stratification Systems of social stratification: Slavery and caste (Henslin, pp. 231-235) Estate and social class; What determines social class? (Henslin, pp. 235-238);
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
8 Week: Social Stratification and Social Class Why is social stratification universal? How do elites maintain social stratification? (Henslin, pp. 238-242) F, 10/17 Social class in the US (Henslin, pp. 259-266)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
9 10 Week: Social Class Sociological models of social class. Consequences of social class (Henslin, pp. 266-276) Social mobility and poverty (Henslin, pp. 276-282). F, 10/24 Poverty and its dynamics (Henslin, pp. 282-283)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
10 11 Week: Social Class and Poverty Explanations of poverty (Henslin, pp. 284-287) Summary of chapters on social stratification and social class.
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
11 12 Week: Race and Ethnicity Results of the third test will be provided and discussed. Ethnic/Racial Identity (Henslin, pp. 325-331); Prejudice and discrimination. Psychological perspectives on prejudice (Henslin, pp. 331-336) Theories of Prejudice (cont.) (Henslin, pp. 336-338)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
12 Week: Sex and Gender Defining sex and gender (Henslin, pp. 292-297); Gender inequality in global perspective (Henslin, pp. 297-304) Gender inequality in the US (Henslin, pp. 304-308); Gender inequality in education (Henslin, pp. 308-310)
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
13 Sex and Gender
  Ön Hazırlık: Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
14 General Evaluation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I. Introduction This course is designed as an introduction to the discipline of sociology. Sociology understands and explains human behaviors as a result of social and cultural contexts. Sociologists think that social and cultural contexts play more important role in shaping human behavior than do biological, psychological or economic factors. Although all these factors do play a part, sociologists concentrate on the social and cultural contexts. When sociologist talk about social and cultural contexts they usually have in mind four very broad socio-historical processes that characterize the contemporary societies: industrialization of economy, the growth of the bureaucratic systems of power, urbanization of population, and its worldwide growth. From the very beginnings of sociology in the middle of the 18th century, sociologists tried to understand how these four socio-historical developments affect other human relationships, both in groups and as individuals and how individuals, in turn, shape some of these great social transformations. In this course you will learn about these fundamental processes of social change, about basic ideas of sociology, and about the names and ideas of the most prominent sociologists. Taken together all this makes up the vocabulary and the language of sociology, which this course introduces. The course us an introductory course and therefore does not seek to be comprehensive. It strives instead to introduce the basic concerns of sociologists. You may explore many other issues that sociologists are concerned with in the other courses in our department. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- II. Required Texts Henslin, James. 2007. Sociology. A Down-to-Earth Approach. 8th edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. The textbook we will be using in this course has its own companion website at http://wps.ablongman.com/ab_henslin_sociology_8 Once this page will load, choose a chapter from the pull down menu and click Begin. Each chapter has a summary, study guide, practice quizzes, and links to the other relevant sources and materials. Here you will find some of the exam materials (essay and multiple choice questions) that I will use in this course. In addition, you can use CD-ROM companion which comes with the textbook. It contains the text of the book with the links to the sites where you can find materials relevant to the subject matter discussed in the textbook. I strongly urge you to use the web resources available. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- III. Course Requirements Attendance Each class will begin with a lecture that will provide an overview of readings assigned for class. The lecture will be followed by class discussion. Each student is expected to participate in the discussion of each week's readings. Therefore reading assignments should be completed by the date scheduled on the class calendar. University guidelines expect students to spend about 1.5-2.0 hours preparation for every 1 hour of class time; for our course this means 8-10 hours preparation per week. I will limit readings to 5-7 pages on average per session. Attendance is REQUIRED, because during the lectures material will be presented which is not covered in the readings. Lecture contents will be included on exams. Surveys show that students who miss classes have double rate of failure in intro to sociology courses comparing to those students who have not missed a class in the course. Exams There will be four closed-book, in-class exams, covering assigned readings, lectures, and films for the time period preceding the exam. Exams will consist of 60-70 multiple choice questions and 1-2 short essay questions. Examples of multiple choice and essay questions that will be used in exams are available at the Henslin textbook's companion website at http://wps.ablongman.com/ab_henslin_sociology_8 Exams will account for 85% of your grade. Exams will be held on Exams will account for 85% of your grade. Exams will be held on September 12th, October 6th, October 31st and December 4th. There will be NO cumulative final exam in the course. The first, third and forth exams will be worth 20% of your grade, while the second test will be worth 25% of your grade. Quizzes At the end of a class you will take a short quiz consisting of 3 multiple choice questions covering materials assigned for that day. Total 15 quizzes will be administered during the course of semester each worth 4 points or a total of 15% of your grade. Unless the student was ill, which is documented by the note from Student Health Services, or missed an exam upon authorization by the Office of the Provost and/or his or her designee there will be no make-up quizzes or exams. For ECU policy on university-excused absences see ECU 2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog, pp. 57-58 ( http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/aa/ugcatalog.cfm ) In order to be eligible for make-up quiz or exam, the student should contact an instructor within 10 (ten) university working days following the excused absence from the class. No make-up assignment will be provided following the 10th university working day of a missed quiz or exam. All make-up quizzes and exams will be in essay format only. This will allow the instructor to thoroughly test the knowledge of materials covered in missed classes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IV. Grading: 1st Exam 20% 2d Exam 25% 3d Exam 20% 4th Exam 20% 15 quizzes 15% Total 100% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- V. Grading Scale 360 points or more A 320-359 points B 280-319 points C 240-279 points D 239 points and below F -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VI. Course Schedule: by Dates, Topics and Reading Assignments 1 Week: The Sociological Perspective: An Introduction W, 08/20 Introduction and getting started. How to study for the course? F, 08/22 Sociological Perspective; Origins of Sociology: Auguste Comte (Henslin, pp. 2-7) 2 Week: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology M, 08/25 Herbert Spencer & Karl Marx (Henslin, p. 7-9) W, 08/27 Emile Durkheim (Henslin, p. 9-10) F, 08/29 Max Weber (Henslin, p. 10-11); 3 Week: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology M, 09/01 No classes. Labor day. W, 09/03 Symbolic interactionism (Henslin, pp. 21-24). F, 09/05 Functional analysis (Henslin, pp. 24-26); test #1 study questions are provided in class as well as posted on instructor?s website at core/ecu/edu/soci/juskaa. 4 Week: Socialization M, 09/08 Conflict theory (Henslin, pp. 27-29) W, 09/10 Summary of the Chapter 1 and preparation for test #1. F, 09/12 TEST #1. 5 Week: Socialization M, 09/15 Results of the first test will be provided and discussed. What is human nature? Cooley (Henslin, pp. 63-68). W, 09/17 Socialization into the self, mind and, emotions: Mead (Henslin, pp. 68-70); Freud & socialization into gender (Henslin, pp. 72; 75-78); F, 09/19 Agents of socialization (Henslin, pp. 78-84); 6 Week: Deviance & Social Control M, 09/22 Resocialization and socialization through the lifecourse (Henslin, pp. 85-91). W, 09/24 What is deviance? (Henslin, pp. 197-202); F, 09/26 Symbolic interactionist perspective on deviance (Henslin, pp. 203-208) 7 Week: Deviance and Social Control M, 09/29 Functionalist perspective on deviance (Henslin, pp. 208-214); W, 10/01 Conflict perspective on deviance (Henslin, pp. 214-216);Test II study questions provided as well as posted on instructor?s website at core.ecu.edu/soci/juskaa F, 10/03 Reactions to deviance (Henslin, pp. 216-225) 8 Week: Social Stratification M, 10/06 TEST #2. W, 10/08 Results of the second test will be provided and discussed. Systems of social stratification: Slavery and caste (Henslin, pp. 231-235) F, 10/10 Estate and social class; What determines social class? (Henslin, pp. 235-238); 9 Week: Social Stratification and Social Class M, 10/13 No class. Fall break. W, 10/15 Why is social stratification universal? How do elites maintain social stratification? (Henslin, pp. 238-242) F, 10/17 Social class in the US (Henslin, pp. 259-266) 10 Week: Social Class M, 10/20 Sociological models of social class. Consequences of social class (Henslin, pp. 266-276) W, 10/22 Social mobility and poverty (Henslin, pp. 276-282). Test #3 study questions provided as well as posted on instructor?s website at core.ecu.edu/soci/juskaa F, 10/24 Poverty and its dynamics (Henslin, pp. 282-283) 11 Week: Social Class and Poverty M, 10/27 Explanations of poverty (Henslin, pp. 284-287) W, 10/29 Summary of chapters on social stratification and social class. Preparation for test #3. F, 10/31 TEST #3 12 Week: Race and Ethnicity M, 11/03 Results of the third test will be provided and discussed. Ethnic/Racial Identity (Henslin, pp. 325-331); W, 11/05 Prejudice and discrimination. Psychological perspectives on prejudice (Henslin, pp. 331-336) F, 11/07 Theories of Prejudice (cont.) (Henslin, pp. 336-338) 13 Week: Race and Ethnicity M, 11/10 Global patterns of intergroup relations (Henslin, pp. 336-338) W, 11/12 Race and Ethnic Relations in the US: Latinos (Hispanics) (Henslin, pp. 341-346) F, 11/14 African-Americans (Henslin, pp. 347-353) 14 Week: Sex and Gender M, 11/17 Defining sex and gender (Henslin, pp. 292-297); W, 11/19 Gender inequality in global perspective (Henslin, pp. 297-304) F, 11/21Gender inequality in the US (Henslin, pp. 304-308); Gender inequality in education (Henslin, pp. 308-310); Test #4 study questions provided as well as posted on instructor?s website at core.ecu.edu/soci/juskaa 15 Week: Sex and Gender M, 11/24 Gender inequality in workplace (Henslin, pp. 312-317). . Week: Sex and Gender Gender and Violence; Gender roles in the future (Henslin, pp. 318-321
  Ön Hazırlık: General Evaluation
No Bölüm Öğrenme Çıktısı Katkı Düzeyi
1 Sosyolojinin temel kavram, kuram ve bilgilerini genişletilmesi ve derinleştirilerek bilimsel araştırmaya dayalı yorumlama yeteneklerini kazanmak. 5
2 Sosyolojide teorinin rolünü ve teorik yaklaşımların sosyal analizlerde, araştırma ve uygulamalarda nasıl kullanıldığını kavramak 5
3 Alan bilgisine bağlı olarak bir olguyu veya olayı araştırma ve bunu rapor etme yeteneğini kazanmak 5
4 Sosyal yapılar, sosyal aktörler ve kültür arasındaki ilişkileri kapsayan teorik tartışmalar hakkında bilgi ve anlayış kazanmak. 5
5 Kendisi ve kendi yeterlikleri hakkında farkındalık, eleştirel düşünebilme yeteneğini kazanmak. 5
6 Bilgi ve becerilerini disiplin içi ve disiplinler arası takım çalışmalarında uygulayabilmek. 5
7 Teorik yaklaşımları, farklı sosyal öznelerin günlük yaşam pratiği ile ilişkilendirerek devlet-toplum, toplum-birey, sosyal yapı-sosyal özne olma durumu arasındaki ilişkileri çok boyutlu olarak düşünebilmek ve analiz edebilmek. 5
8 Türkçe sözlü ve yazılı iletişim becerilerini ve en az bir yabancı dilde yazılı iletişim yeteneğini geliştirmek. 5
9 Saha araştırma süreçlerini ve elde edilen verilerin nicel ve nitel araştırma teknikleriyle bilimsel ve etik değerleri göz önüne alarak, araştırma sürecini denetleme yetisini kazandırmak. 5
10 Sosyolojik bir araştırma yürütebilmek için gerekli olan ileri istatistik bilgilerini ve bilgisayar becerilerini kazanmak. 5
11 Sosyolojik araştırmaların etik sorunlarının farkında olmak. 5
Yarıyıl İçi Çalışmaları Sayısı Katkı Payı
Ara Sınav 1 60
Kısa Sınav 0 0
Ödev 2 40
Devam 0 0
Uygulama 0 0
Labaratuvar 0 0
Proje 0 0
Atölye 0 0
Seminer 0 0
Arazi Çalışması 0 0
TOPLAM 100
Yıliçinin Başarıya Oranı 50
Finalin Başarıya Oranı 50
TOPLAM 100
AKTS kredilerinin belirlenmesinde öğrenci işyükü anketlerinden faydalanılmaktadır.
Etkinlik Sayısı Süresi Toplam
Ders Süresi (Sınav Haftaları Hariç) 14 3 42
Sınıf Dışı Ders Çalışma Süresi 14 3 42
Ödevler 1 25 25
Sunum 1 0 0
Proje 1 0 0
Laboratuar Çalışması 0 0 0
Arazi ya da Alan Çalışması 0 0 0
Ara Sınavlar 1 30 30
Yarıyıl Sonu Sınavı 1 30 30
İşyükü Saati (30) 30
Toplam İşyükü / Saat 169    
Dersin Akts Kredisi 6    
Ders Notu Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Esping-Andersen, Gosta 1990 The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Gorz, Andre 1964 Strategy for Labor: A Radical Proposal. Boston: Beacon Press. Harrington, Michael 1984 The New American Poverty. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Lim, Linda Y.C. 1983 "Capitalism, Imperialism, and Patriarchy: The Dilemma of Third-World Women Workers in Multinational factories." pp. 70-91 in June Nash and Maria Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press. Long, Russell L. 1993" The World Economy and Patterns of Vulnerability and Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany." Unpublished Dissertation. The University of New Mexico. 1995 "The Differential Impact of the World Economy on Men and Women Employed in Globally Competitive Industrial Sectors: A Cross-National Comparison." Currently under review by the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Staudt, Kathleen 1987 "Programming Women's Empowerment: A case from Northern Mexico." Pp. 155-176 in Women on the U.S.-Mexico border: Responses to Change by Ruiz, Vicki L and Susan Tiano. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Diğer Kaynaklar Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Esping-Andersen, Gosta 1990 The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Gorz, Andre 1964 Strategy for Labor: A Radical Proposal. Boston: Beacon Press. Harrington, Michael 1984 The New American Poverty. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Lim, Linda Y.C. 1983 "Capitalism, Imperialism, and Patriarchy: The Dilemma of Third-World Women Workers in Multinational factories." pp. 70-91 in June Nash and Maria Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press. Long, Russell L. 1993" The World Economy and Patterns of Vulnerability and Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany." Unpublished Dissertation. The University of New Mexico. 1995 "The Differential Impact of the World Economy on Men and Women Employed in Globally Competitive Industrial Sectors: A Cross-National Comparison." Currently under review by the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Staudt, Kathleen 1987 "Programming Women's Empowerment: A case from Northern Mexico." Pp. 155-176 in Women on the U.S.-Mexico border: Responses to Change by Ruiz, Vicki L and Susan Tiano. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Materyal
Dökümanlar Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Esping-Andersen, Gosta 1990 The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Gorz, Andre 1964 Strategy for Labor: A Radical Proposal. Boston: Beacon Press. Harrington, Michael 1984 The New American Poverty. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Lim, Linda Y.C. 1983 "Capitalism, Imperialism, and Patriarchy: The Dilemma of Third-World Women Workers in Multinational factories." pp. 70-91 in June Nash and Maria Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press. Long, Russell L. 1993" The World Economy and Patterns of Vulnerability and Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany." Unpublished Dissertation. The University of New Mexico. 1995 "The Differential Impact of the World Economy on Men and Women Employed in Globally Competitive Industrial Sectors: A Cross-National Comparison." Currently under review by the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Staudt, Kathleen 1987 "Programming Women's Empowerment: A case from Northern Mexico." Pp. 155-176 in Women on the U.S.-Mexico border: Responses to Change by Ruiz, Vicki L and Susan Tiano. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Ödevler Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Sınavlar Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Esping-Andersen, Gosta 1990 The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Gorz, Andre 1964 Strategy for Labor: A Radical Proposal. Boston: Beacon Press. Harrington, Michael 1984 The New American Poverty. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Lim, Linda Y.C. 1983 "Capitalism, Imperialism, and Patriarchy: The Dilemma of Third-World Women Workers in Multinational factories." pp. 70-91 in June Nash and Maria Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press. Long, Russell L. 1993" The World Economy and Patterns of Vulnerability and Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany." Unpublished Dissertation. The University of New Mexico. 1995 "The Differential Impact of the World Economy on Men and Women Employed in Globally Competitive Industrial Sectors: A Cross-National Comparison." Currently under review by the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Staudt, Kathleen 1987 "Programming Women's Empowerment: A case from Northern Mexico." Pp. 155-176 in Women on the U.S.-Mexico border: Responses to Change by Ruiz, Vicki L and Susan Tiano. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Materyal Diğer Andersen, Margaret L. and Howard F. Taylor 2001 Sociology: The Essentials. Wadsworth. Eitzen, D. Stanley and Maxine Baca-Zinn 1986 Social Problems. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1989 Social Problems. (4rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1992 Social Problems. (5rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1994 Social Problems. (6rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. 1997 Social Problems. (7rd Ed.) Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Esping-Andersen, Gosta 1990 The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. Gorz, Andre 1964 Strategy for Labor: A Radical Proposal. Boston: Beacon Press. Harrington, Michael 1984 The New American Poverty. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Lim, Linda Y.C. 1983 "Capitalism, Imperialism, and Patriarchy: The Dilemma of Third-World Women Workers in Multinational factories." pp. 70-91 in June Nash and Maria Patricia Fernandez-Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Albany: State University of New York Press. Long, Russell L. 1993" The World Economy and Patterns of Vulnerability and Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, and Germany." Unpublished Dissertation. The University of New Mexico. 1995 "The Differential Impact of the World Economy on Men and Women Employed in Globally Competitive Industrial Sectors: A Cross-National Comparison." Currently under review by the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Staudt, Kathleen 1987 "Programming Women's Empowerment: A case from Northern Mexico." Pp. 155-176 in Women on the U.S.-Mexico border: Responses to Change by Ruiz, Vicki L and Susan Tiano. Boston: Allen & Unwin.
Planlanmış Öğrenme Faaliyetleri ve Öğretim Yöntemleri
Konferanslar, Uygulamalı Dersler, Sunumlar, Seminerler, Projeler, Laboratuar Uygulamaları(gerekirse)