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SOC 101 Society and Culture with Family Planning General Education 3 Units

COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to develop students knowledge and understanding of the culture in the Philippines and around the world. This will help them realize and appreciate our cultural heritage and the culture handed to us by our ancestors. This will introduce concepts and theories to understand society and culture. Family planning, taking into account responsible parenthood and reproductive health, will also be highlighted in this course. COURSE OBJECTIVES At the end of the term, the students should be able to: a. b. c. d. e. explain the importance of sociology; identify the characteristics of culture; characterize the forms of deviance; appreciate and value different cultures in the country; understand the dynamics and processes happening in the Philippine society;and f . understand family planning and responsible parenthood.

COURSE OUTLINE AND TIME FRAME TOPICS AND READINGS NATURE AND BEGINNINGS OF SOCIOLOGY PERSPECTIVES IN UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIETY - Structural-Functional Analysis - Conflict Perspective - Symbolic-Interaction Perspective CULTURE The Concept of Culture Society and Culture Language and Culture Characteristics of Culture Components of Culture SOCIALIZATION A. Understanding Socialization The Process of Socialization Heredity and Sociocultural environment Behavior as Biologically Based Theories of Personality Development and the Social Self Freuds Theory of Socialization DATE

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Cultural Determinism Symbolic Interactionism Cooley and the Looking-Glass Self Mead and the Development of the Self Erving Goffman and the Dramaturgical Approach Agencies of Socialization Gender Socialization SOCIAL GROUPS Factors that Influence Social Groups Social Structure Social Function Types of Social Groups The Bureaucracy Reference Groups SOCIAL INTERACTION The Nature of Social Interaction Role of Language Patterns of Interaction Social Network DEVIANT BEHAVIOR Deviant Behavior Defined Explanations for Deviant Behavior Sociological Approaches to Deviance Types of Deviance Social Control Deviance and Social Change SOCIAL INEQUALITY -Social Stratification -Sex and Gender -Race and Ethnicity BASIC SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Religion and Society Government and Law Economy Education Marriage and Family FAMILY PLANNING AND RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD The Family Reproductive Health Family Planning Responsible Parenthood SOCIAL CHANGE Characteristics of Social Change Sources of Social Change Causes of Social Change CULTURES IN THE PHILIPPINES Muslims Lumads Christians The Mindanao Conflict Promoting a Culture of Peace

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SUGGESTED READINGS Sociology in the Philippine Setting, 5th Edition; Espiritu, Socorro, et. Al. Module in Society and Culture with Family Planning; Jesusa C. Talle, EdD Introduction to Sociology; Hebding, Daniel H., Et.Al Sociology: Core Concepts by James Henslin 4th Edition Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology by Epitacio S. Palispis General Sociology with Anthropology and Family Planning by Wilfredo R. San Juan Ma. Luz Centeno Society and Culture by Isabel S. Panopio and Realidad S. Rolda Sociology Focus in the Philippines by Isabel S. Panopio PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES Group Discussion Group Reporting Oral & Written Quiz Lecture Research Works Debate

CONSULTATION/KNOWLEDGE TEST HOUR GRADING SYSTEM: NON-ZERO BASE: Examination Attendance Recitation Project Assignment Quiz 40% 10% 15% 10% 10% 15%

PATTERN OF COMPUTATION FOR GRADING SYSTEM: ((((TOTAL SCORE/NUMBER OF ITEMS)*0.6)+0.4)*100)*PERCENTAGE PATTERN OF COMPUTATION FOR SEMESTRAL GRADE: SEM GRADE = (Prelim * 20%) + (Midterm * 20%) + (Semi-Final* 20%) + (Final * 40%)

Prepared by: EARL ARIES E. BAGUIO Instructor