Welcome to Introduction to sociology! 
My name is Professor Cecilia Bell, and I'm a graduate of Cal State University, Dominguez Hills. I hold a Master's and a Bachelor's degree in Sociology. I'm a life member of a national honor society (Alfa Kappa Delta, Chapter XI) in sociology. My interest are reading, writing, hiking, watching funny videos, jogging, traveling, computers, shopping, family, friends, and teaching life skills. I'm a mid-western native with three lovely children. I'm happy you choose my sociology class, and I hope that I can assist you in achieving your ultimate academic goals! Do not hesitate to email me anytime at the website below. The best time to email me is in the evening. Sometimes I work best at night when it's quiet at home. Please give me 24-hours to respond to your emails, and have a great semester!

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(818) 710-4494, ext. 5358






Sociological Imagination
C. Wright Mills and Amitai Etzioni


Society: Basics
John J. Macionis


Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach
James M. Henslin



Introduction to Sociology
Henry L. Tischler


Seeing Sociology
Joan Ferrante



Souls of Black Folk
W. E. B. Du Bois



Notes of a Native Son
James Baldwin



Communist Manifesto
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels



Protestant Ethic and Spirit of Capitalism
Max Weber



Sociology I: Introduction to Sociology
Class Hrs. Monday-Wednesday. 3:30--5:05pm | Section #6613
Class Hrs. Tuesday-Thursday. 11:10-12:35pm | Section #0653

Class Hrs. Wednesday-Friday. 1:00-2:35pm| Section #7651 

Office: BEH-1306 D: 

Office Hours: Mon/Wed: TBA

Tues/Thurs: 10:05am

Wed/Fri: 12:00pm

Spring Semester Begins: August 26, 2013

Ends: December 15, 2013
Fall 2013: Monday-Wednesday
Section #6613-3:30pm-5:05pm Room: TBA

Fall 2013: Tuesday-Thursday

Section #0653-11:00am-12:35pm Room: BEH 1310

Fall 2013: Wednesday-Friday

Section #7651-1:00pm-2:35pm Room: COSC 1502


THINK Sociology, 2/E
John D. Carl, Rose State University
ISBN: 978-0-205-77718-1
Welcome to the online
study guide to accompany Think Sociology, 2/E
Features of this site include:
  • chapter learning objectives that help students organize key concepts.
  • online quizzes which include instant scoring and coaching.
  • essay questions that test students' critical thinking skills.
  • dynamic web links that provide a valuable source of supplemental information.
  • key word searches that are easy to use and feature built-in search engines.
  • built-in routing that gives students the ability to forward essay responses and graded quizzes to their instructors. 

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