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THE DISTRICT OFFICE SUMMER HOURS ARE
MONDAY - THURSDAY 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sociology/Psychology
Instructor: Mr. Lind   
Sociology:
A.      To understand how sociology views society and to develop a broader and more comprehensive understanding of the complex society in which we live.
B.      To explain the relationship between the most basic cultural concepts: values, norms, roles, and sanctions.
C.      To explain why people behave the way they do employing the concept of socialization.
D.      To explain why people deviate from and conform to the norm.
E.       To evaluate our society's system for dealing with deviants and deviance.
F.       To identify and explain the basic causes for human hatred and prejudice.
G.      To explain the unique position of blacks in our society and why they are in that position.
H.      To critically examine how the school as a social institution has molded their behavior.
I.        To understand the nature and variability of cultures in order to better understand our own.
J.        To explain human motivation in terms of interaction and group membership.
K.      To begin to be able to explain human behavior in terms of abstract sociological concepts.
L.       To analyze how families and family systems influence their behavior.
M.     To identify major social concerns and understand their importance so that students as future citizens will be better prepared to confront these problems.
Psychology:
  1. This course will provide you with a broad introduction to the field of psychology, one of the social sciences.  
  2. The term covers a historical study of the development modern psychology.  
  3. Several different theories of human and mental development will be discussed.  
The class will also cover the various aspects of human behavior – why humans/animals do what they do.*
*Note:  When studying psychology, there can be many sensitive subjects discussed.  Students are expected to treat one another with maturity, respect and should value the right to opinion of classmates.
 
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