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Teaching Sociology

January 2015 Volume 43, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Can Human Subject Pool Participation Benefit Sociology Students?

    Lynn Gencianeo Chin & Patricia Gibbs Stayte

    Instructors at non-research institutions are less able to expose their students to research firsthand. Utilizing human subject pools (HSPs) in class may be a solution. Given that HSPs tend to be... More

    pp. 27-38

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  2. Because You Don't Realize How Many People Have Different Experiences than You: Effects of Clicker Use for Class Discussions in Sociology

    Angel Hoekstra

    Sociology instructors have begun adding student response systems to support conceptual application in college courses. While little has been published about how these devices affect learning... More

    pp. 53-60

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