RESOURCES FOR SOCIOLOGY
- Lecture 6 - Social Interaction in Groups and Organization
- Social Psychology Class Notes--Contains a very good section on conformity, as well as a comprehensive list of sources for other topics in social psychology
- Part 3 - The School as an Agent of Control
- MASS MEDIA & SOCIETY: A Sociological Perspective on Media
- Stressful Family Lives:
Child and Parent Well-Being
Kristin Anderson Moore and Sharon Vandivere, Child Trends
- Where Is the Child's Environment? A Group Socialization Theory of Development by Judith Rich Harris
Socialization / Human Development--A PowerPoint presentation that covers a variety of areas in the process of human socialization
Organizational Socialization and Culture--A PowerPoint presentation on the relationships between organizations and the development of culture
National Survey of Family Media Habits, Knowledge, and Attitudes--This study provides a detailed picture of family media habits, including the use of television, movies, videos, computer and video games, the Internet, music, and print media.
- Social Psychological Factors Underlying the Impact of Advertising by Gresko, Kennedy, and Lesniak
- Media and Violence
- Open Questions on the Correlation Between Television and Violence by Jonathan Vos Post--Interesting exploration of the variety of ways in which the mass media influence people
What are Eating Disorders?
Eating Disorders: Awareness and Prevention
Eating Disorders and the Media
- The Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders
- Current Interpretations of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
- Language Meaning and Context (Sapir-Whorf)
- The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis and "linguistic relativism"
- Cooperative/Collaborative Learning
- Our Social
World--This is a site by Donelson
Forsyth of Virginia Commonweath University that explains many sociological principles.
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