Sociology 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Sociological Imagination, Georg Simmel, Stanley Fish

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Week 1
C. Wright Mills- “The Promise”, from “The sociological Imagination”
Peter Berger- “Invitation to Sociology”
Fiona Ng, “Tinder Has an In-House Sociologist, and Her Job Is to Figure Out What
You Want”
Yoni Applebaum, “Why America’s Business Majors Are in desperate Need of a Liberal-
Arts Education”
Carl Straumshein, “Leave it in the Bag”
Shannon Reed, “The 7 things new college students don’t know that drive professors
crazy,”
Hunter Rawlings, “ College is not a commodity. Stop treating it like one.”
Roberta Spalter-Roth and Nicole Van Vooren, “What are they Doing with a Bachelor’s
Degree in Sociology?”
Week 2
Dan Gardner- “The Risk Society,” “Of Two Minds” (pg.1-36)
Barry Glassner, “Culture of Fear”
Week 3
Dan Gardner- “Stone Age Meets Information Age” (pg. 37-68)
Carl Sagen- “The Fine Art of Baloney Detection,”
ALA/ACRL/ANSS Instruction and Information Literacy Committee “Information
Literacy Standards for Anthropology and Sociology Students”
Week 4
Peter Eglin- “Intellectual Citizenship and Incarnation: A reply to Stanley Fish”
Rick Helmes-Hayes- “Anticipating Durawoy: John Porter’s Public Sociology”
Patricia D. McGuire- “Indigenous Spaces in Sociology”
Bruce Curtis- “Reading Reflexively”
Jean-Philippe Warren- “Francophone and Anglophone Sociologiss in Canada:
Diverging, Converging or Parallel Trends?”
Week 5
Zygmunt Bauman- “Falling in and out of love” (pg. 1-37)
Joshua Williams- “Our Common Humanity”
Week 6
Georg Simmel- “The Metropolis and Mental Life”
Laura Hamilton and Elizabeth A. Armstrong- “The (Mis)education of Monica and
Karen
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