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COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE CREDIT UNITS PRE-REQUISITE(S)

Socio 003
Sociology and Family Planning
LECTURE SUBJECT CODE LAB/Fld/DFT DESCRIPTIVE TITLE

NONE
COURSE DESCRIPTION Focuses on the basic concept, scope and nature of Sociology; emphasis given on the study of mans behavior in a society. It also covers a review of the history and the culture of the Filipinos, which help explain the existence of various societal problems and challenges we face today and their possible solutions. Topics explored within the course include: the sociological perspective; classic and contemporary sociological theory; methods; culture and society; the socialization process; groups and organizations; bureaucracy; sexuality and social construction of gender; deviance; social stratification; social class; race and ethnicity; aging; economy and work; politics and government; family; religion; education; health and medicine. The students are expected to understand and explain the basic concept of Sociology and the different problems affecting his day to day existence. The course will also highlight population education. COURSE OBJECTIVES This course provides students with an examination of the theory, methods and substance of sociology. This course is designed to improve students ability to read, interpret, and think critically. Policies and current events are incorporated where possible to illuminate course concepts.

Course Intended Learning Outcomes (CILOs) 1. Perform his role as a concerned citizen, and not as a mere member of the society where he belongs 2. Discuss basic knowledge concerning key principles, theories and concepts involved in Sociology and Population Education 3. Develop critical thinking in discussing various societal problems and issues and be able to propose solutions in combating them 4. Manifest the value of respect for cultural diversity with the emphasis on national development, problems in the changing Philippine environment and culture. 5. Create and bring a more positive outlook in life that would enable him to cope easily with everyday challenges and obstacles 6. Appreciate ones culture and practice Filipino values, beliefs and cherished traditions.

Teaching Learning Activities (TLAs)

Assessment Tasks (ATs)

Discussion Case Study Lecture Individual Project Assignment Independent Research Reflective Journal

Case Study Essay Type Assignment Group Work Project Class Participation Quiz/Test Short-Answer Question Major Examination

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COURSE CONTENT Topics
Sociology a. Why Study Sociology? b. Relationship of Sociology to other Social Sciences c. Pioneers of Sociology d. Sociological Inquiry and Research Culture: a. b. c. Its Unity and Diversity Definition of Culture Characteristics and Components of Culture Ethnocentrism and Xenocentrism

Week Prelim Period (Week 1-7)

No. of hours 18

Philippine Values a. Definition of Values b. Factors that shape contemporary values c. Key values that dominate Philippine way of life d. Filipino values The Process of Socialization a. Human Development b. Freuds Theory of Socialization c. Definition of Socialization d. Agencies of Socialization Deviant Behavior a. Definition of Deviant Behavior b. Explanations of Deviant Behavior c. Drug Abuse d. Crime situations in the Philippines

Prelim Exam Midterm Period (Week 8-13)


Social Groups and Social Organization a. Definition of Social Group b. The Concept of Society c. Types of Social Groups Social Interaction and Social Relationships a. Definition of Social Interaction b. Role of Language c. Patterns of Interaction

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Collective Behavior a. Definition of Collective Behavior b. Explanations about collective behavior c. Types of collective behavior d. Social Movements e. Social consequences of collective behavior The Family a. Definition of Family b. Forms of family c. Functions of the family d. Structural characteristics of the Filipino family The Economy and Work a. Definition of Economy b. Economic System c. Functions of economy Religion a. b. c. d.

What is Religion? Religious Organizations Techniques and elements of religion Functions of Religion

Government and Law a. Politics and State b. Political Systems c. Functions of the State d. The Structure of Philippine Politics Education a. Definition of education b. Formal and non-formal education c. Functions of education d. Education in the Philippines

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Midterm Exam Final Period (Week14-17)
Rural Communities a. What is a community? b. Rural community and social structure c. Rural Communities in the Philippines Urban Communities a. Definition of Urban and Urbanization b. Urban Culture and Social Structure c. Urban Social Problems Population and Development a. Meaning of Population b. Population Growth of the World c. Process of Population Change d. The Philippine Population Family Planning a. Meaning of Family Planning b. Methods of Family Planning Women and Children a. Meaning of Sex and Gender b. Child Workers c. Violence against women and children Social Stratification a. Definition of social stratification b. Basic components of stratification c. Importance and types of social stratification Race and Ethnicity a. Meaning of race and ethnic groups b. Ethnic groups in the Philippines Social Change a. What is social change? b. Characteristics of social change c. Social change and technology d. Theories of social change e. Social change in the Philippines

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Course References Basic Textbook References


Saquilayan, Victorio Y. et al. (2011). Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology with Family Planning Colon, Salvacion. 2002. General Sociology: A Simplified Approach. Zulueta, Liwag. 2001. Social Problems and Issues in the Philippines. Panopio and Raymundo. 2004. Sociology: Focus on the Philippines 4th Edition.

Web Based References


Grades are computed using the formula as follows: PG = 0.50PE + 0.50 CSP MG = 1/3PG + 2/3 ( 0.50ME + 0.50CSM) FG = 1/3MG + 2/3( 0.50FE + 0.50CSF) The following are components of the Class Standing whenever applicable :
Where : P - Prelim Grade MG- Midterm Grade FG - Final Grade PE - Prelim Exam ME - Midterm Exam FE - Final Exam CS - Class Standing (e.g. CSP, CSM, CSF for prelim, midterm and final respectively)

Grading System

Course Policies

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Verified by: JOCELYN T. ARCILLAS, Ed.D

Approved by: JT ARCILLAS/DR. CYNTHIA LLANES Dean/VPAA Date:

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