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Teaching Sociology

1995 Volume 23, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Teaching Sociology as a Science: A Laboratory Reinforcement of the Sociological Heritage

    Dan Cover

    Maintains that sociology was founded in the 19th century as a discipline for the scientific study of social order. Contends that the discipline has been attacked by both liberals and conservatives.... More

    pp. 226-33

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  2. Using SPSS for Windows to Enhance, Not Overwhelm, Course Content

    David R. Karp

    Maintains that the recent introduction of SPSS for Windows allows for data analysis to be employed in substantive courses as well as methods courses. Describes the use of the program in upper... More

    pp. 234-40

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