GENERATING TEACHING METHODS IDEAS
- American Sociological Association: Instructor's Manual for Unit VI, Social Inequalities
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- What's Race
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Sample Articles / Bibliographies:
- Coghlan, C. L., & Huggins, D. W. (2004). “That’s Not Fair!”: A Simulation Exercise in Social Stratification and Structural Inequality. Teaching Sociology, 32(2), 177–187. doi:10.1177/0092055X0403200203
- Harlow, R. (2009). Innovations in Teaching Race and Class Inequality Bittersweet Candy and the Vanishing Dollar. Teaching Sociology, 37(2), 194–204. doi:10.1177/0092055X0903700207
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For help using American Sociological Association Style, consult the following resources:
ASA Style Guide (4th ed., 2010)
Location: Ready Reference 808.0663 A512a 2010
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