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Cooper Garrett Cooper_Garrett Adjunct Instructor, Sociology Nevada State College
RSS enables easy access to emerging online content. The potential of RSS to promote research and teaching is illustrated in this brief description of a model developed for use by sociology faculty ...
NEW YORK — When the New York City middle school Quest to Learn welcomed its first class of sixth-graders in 2009, it hailed itself as “the school for digital kids.” Its founders from the Institute ...
Last week in class we touched on the subject of physical activity, and how a HUGE part of being active is having fun! In my sociology of sport class, we have been discussing steroids and how they h...
The planet money team dives into a study conducted in the sociology realm that tried to re-create 100 experiments and get the same results... They failed miserably.
I recently watched this documentary in Sociology 101. And after reviewing this weeks lecture material, I realized this documentary perfectly correlates with Chapter 12. The Mickey Mouse Monopoly do...
This article dives into the question asking "are gendered toys harming childhood development?" it discusses some of the different campaigns and efforts that have been made towards combatting the "b...
A lot of our stress comes from an inability to manage our time.
use of digital media among families/children
Some great programming on this channel!
A great deal of behavioral genetic research has been conducted into various personality traits, resulting in the consensus that personality is dependent on both genetic and environmental inﬂuences
Doesn't include everything as a possibility, but gives you an idea.
Ironically, this made the rounds on FB, repeatedly. Thirty-nine million views.
Is it too late?
Very interesting and of course demonstrates the role poverty plays on brain development.
This is an article in which highlights 8 specific ways that Facebook has changed our lives. I believe this article is accurate with information and most if not all people can relate to the content....
Interesting information here.
Short article discussing the use of fan fiction in middle school along with a brief history of fan fiction and different lessons to be learned from it.
More of the social psychology behind fan fiction and its play in society throughout history, as well as its growing popularity.
Social Psychological and Personality Science release study discussing the importance of having a rival in regards to sports performance.
Critique of Masculinity zeroing in on American Psycho's Patrick Bateman
some facts and testimonials
describes how somali people got diabetes.
there needs to be good hygeine in schools.
Article has extensive citations aka more resources for moi
Title says it all.
A new book by America's cutest politician will school you, the adult, on everyday awesomeness.
This is a post I created about how socioeconomic factors influence the aging process
This paper discusses the meaning and importance of relationships at different stages in one's life.
Assertiveness can make or break social situations, whether we are dealing with people one-to-one or in groups. Chris Croft discusses how to avoid being aggressive or submissive, and presents some a...
Not so "sports" oriented, but same principle still applies and since playing with toys helps to develop motor skills, definitely important from a sport and exercise perspective.
Loss of trust: in relationship future, loss of trust: in general, fight eggshells, negativity, and stress - these are the 5 identified causes of anxiety in a relationship, similar to what was discu...
This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...
This article is about how exercise affects your stress levels.
Bryan Arnold is in his junior year of high school and he produced this video to educate people about his degenerative disease, (DMD) Duchenne muscular dystrophy. He explains the mental and physical...
the perfect turnout is a dancers dream but not everyone is able to attain it due to their anatomy and the way they were built. However, some stretches and strengthening exercises can help.
This study discusses the trends of self-esteem over the lifespan. We can see that children and adults in their 60's have the highest self-esteem due to different reasons, while older aged people ha...
This article provides in depth information in regard to appropriate conditions for children participating in strength training. The author begins to explain that children must first be able to unde...
I think this video that you watched in your sociology class does in fact share key points that we are also discussing in class this week. I agree with your insights about how Disney movies...
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