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Teaching Sociology

1991 Volume 19, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Research Methods in the Introductory Course: To Be or Not to Be?

    William T. Markham

    Argues that introductory sociology students need to be familiar with the basics of the entire research process and able to spot simple research errors. Urges teachers to devote time to teaching... More

    pp. 464-71

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  2. Hypermedia for Classroom Use: A Complement to Use in the Laboratory

    Motoko Y. Lee & Charles S. Oulman

    Recommends the classroom use of hypermedia. Observes that hypermedia allow instructors to interrupt lessons for critical evaluation, discussion, and prompt correction of mistakes. Suggests that... More

    pp. 510-13

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  3. Teaching Social Statistics with Simulated Data

    Fred S. Halley

    Suggests using simulated data to teach students about the nature and use of statistical tests and measures. Observes that simulated data contains built-in pure relationships with no poor response... More

    pp. 518-25

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