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Instructional Computing in Sociology: Current Status and Future Prospects
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Teaching Sociology Volume 8, Number 2, ISSN 0092-055X

Abstract

Reviews various forms of computer assistance in college level sociology courses, based on a 1979 survey of sociology instructors (all chairpersons of departments offering degrees in sociology). Findings indicated that the diversity and overall volume of instructional computing continue to rise within the discipline of sociology. (Author/DB)

Citation

Anderson, R.E. (1981). Instructional Computing in Sociology: Current Status and Future Prospects. Teaching Sociology, 8(2), 171. Retrieved February 24, 2020 from .

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