Sample Syllabi for Social Inquiry (SI)
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|AMSTUD 63N, CSRE 63N, FEMGEN 63N, HISTORY 63N - The Feminist Critique
This syllabus includes all the standard elements to describe the content of the course which fits well for SI. It is exemplary in providing a short description of the questions, content, and activities to be addressed in each course meeting. This course is also Ways-certified for AII.
|COMM 184 - Race and Media
|Teaches methods of Social Inquiry to increase students' capacity to understand and critically evaluate structures and technologies of information in various social contexts. This course is also Ways-certified for AII.
|FEMGEN 221B, HISTORY 221B - The 'Woman Question' in Modern Russia
|Examines historical, philosophical, and political aspects of a central social problem in a society across time.
|HISTORY 234P, STS 200U - The Age of Plague: Medicine and Society
|Brief but well-defined assignment prompts scaffolding of students' understanding of a social problem in history.
|HUMBIO 123E - Health Economics & Policy
|Teaches students specific methodologies for Social Inquiry in an interdisciplinary context, with opportunities to practice analysis and evaluation of results.