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TEXTBOOKS

Sociology 1160

Social Problems, 4th Edition
John J. Macionis, Kenyon College
ISBN-10: 0205164919
SBN-13:  9780205164912
Publisher:  Pearson
Copyright:  2012

Sociology 1101

Starting from Spring 2013, students of
Sociology 1101 can download the
Course textbook, "Introduction to
Sociology" for Free, from the website of the OpenStax College.

Students can also buy a paper copy
for $29 per copy at:
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Sociology 2293

Marriages and Families: 8th Edition
By Olson, DeFrain, and Skogrand
ISBN10: 007802692X
ISBN 13: 9780078026928
Publisher: McGraw Hill
Copyright: 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hassan Ali El-Najjar, Ph.D..

Title: Associate Professor of Sociology & Anthropology

Department:
Social Sciences
Email: helnajjar@daltonstate.edu
Phone: 706.272.2674
Fax: 706.272.2698

Office: LIA 246

Degrees:


Ph.D.
Sociology (1993), University of Georgia

M.A.
Anthropology (1988), University of Georgia


Faculty

Links:

Department of Social Sciences
School of Liberal Arts
eCore Information

Biography:

Dr. Hassan Ali El-Najjar was born in Gaza, Palestine, in 1950. In 1967, he left to Jordan, then to Egypt, Libya, and the UAE, before immigrating to the USA, in 1986. He has been teaching sociology and anthropology courses at Dalton State College since 1991.

He is now teaching the Introduction to Sociology (SOCI-1101) course in three different ways: Face-to-face, Hybrid, and Online. He also teaches Social Problems (SOCI-1160) course as hybrid and online. In Spring, he teaches Marriage & Family (SOCI-2293) as a face-to-face course.

Basic differences between the three courses:

  • The face-to-face course requires meeting regularly in a classroom.
  • The Hybrid course requires meeting in classroom half of the regular time. The other half is conducted online.
  • The Online course is completely taught and evaluated through online activities, except for the unit exams, which are taken on campus.

The main objective of this diversity in delivering courses is to enable various categories of students to get higher education, in a way that suits their circumstances.

In particular, this diversity in delivering higher education aims at serving students who are living far away in a state or even in other states or countries, as well as students who do not have time for, or are incapable of, attending face-to-face classes.


















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706.272.4436 • 1.800.829.4436 • www.daltonstate.edu