Time: mw 12:00-1:15 and 1:30-2:45 p.m.
Location: Section 1: HGH 122 and Section 2 DMH 231
Welcome! This course promotes writing skills while emphasizing their sociological applications. It includes the generic elements of writing including organization, thesis statements, sentence structure, proofreading skills, and grammar. In addition, students will understand how sociological and professional manuscripts are prepared and geared to a variety of audiences through in-class exercises, out of class writing assignments, and research exercises. This professor hopes that SOCI 100W is both challenging and fun for you; his promise is that you will become a better writer.
Here you will find syllabus and handouts. Students should check at least once a week for updates.