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COURSE SYLLABUS

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SEMESTER 2014-2015
VISION: The Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr., Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology as a
source of quality graduates responsive to the demands of globalization.

MISSION: The Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr., Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology
shallprovide proffesional and technical education, advanced and specialized trainings in
Agriculture, Teacher Education, Industrial Technology, Arts and Sciences, Engineering,
non-degree technical courses and other related disciplines to produce
competetive human resource for sustainable development.

GOALS OF THE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

1. Produce competent graduates in the technolgy courses.
2. Endeavor in the development of knowledge, skills and values for effective
employment
3. Create state of the art researches and developmental studies.
4. Undertake extension outreach programs to train clienteles
5. Engage in the production of techno-related works and services for an improved
quality life.

OBJECTIVES OF THE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

1. Produce student to become technologically professional in their own field of
specialization
2. Enhance students capability based on acquired knowledge, skills and values.
3. Encourage students to conduct state-of-the-art researches and developmental
studies.
4. Extend services to the community through varied livelihood related programs.
5. Promote partnerships among units engaging projects, services and priorities.

I. COURSE INFORMATION:
Course Number: SocSci 4
Title: SOCIETY AND CULTURE WITH POPULATION EDUCATION
Course Pre-requisite: None
Course Credit: 3 units
Course Schedule: 1
st
semester
Time: Tuesday 2:00-3:00pm, Thursday & Friday 7:30-8:30 am

II. INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
Instructor Name: MARIA DARRILYN B. CAPINIG
Position: CONTRUCTUAL INSTRUCTOR
Department: IT Department
Office Location: ITCompound
Consultation Hours: Friday 8:30-11:30am, 3:00-5:00pm

III. TEXT, READINGS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED

Textbook: GENERAL SOCIOLOGY: Society, Culture, Population Dynamics and
Gender Development by Roberta L. Omas-as, et al.
SOCIETY AND CULTURE:An Introduction to Sociology and
Anthropology by Isabel S. Panopio
Republic of the Philippines
DR. EMILIO B. ESPINOSA, SR. MEMORIAL STATE COLLEGE
OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
Mandaon, Masbate
Supplementary Readings: SOCIOLOGY: Focus on the Philippines by Panopio, Macdonald and
R. Raymundo
Materials Required: Lecture Notes & Article Reviews

IV. COURSE DESCRIPTION, OBJECTIVES AND VALUES INTEGRATION

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Psychological, social and cultural bases of contemporary
Philippine conditions with emphasis on population, social change,
and rural development and basic population education.
OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, students are expected to evaluate
critically and intelligently contemporary condition of Philippine
society; discuss problems and issues happening around; apply the
practical aspects of the subject in their everyday live; understand
the importance and influence of the different concepts, theories,
approaches and discipline to their everyday lives.
V. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

CLASS PARTICIPATION: Students are required to participate in class discussions and group
works. They are expected to read the topics, analyze the issue and
make a clear and concise comment.

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Students may join ECAs which they feel suited for them. But if
they missed class, they are responsible for making up missed works
and lessons. They may be excused from class upon proper notice.
VI. COURSE CONTENT

CONTENT ACTIVITIES
TIME
ALLOTMENT
I. Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives Discussion 1
II. Orientation in the conduct of class, rules, and
requirements Discussion 1

Class interaction

Chapter 1 THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGY Class Discussion 5
A. Nature and Scope of Sociology Reporting
B. Sociology and other Social Science
C. History and Development of Sociology

D. The Development of Sociology in the
Philippines
E. Sociology in Contemporary Times
F. Major Theoretical Perspectives

G. The Importance of Sociology

Chapter 2 DIGGING INTO THE CULTURE Class Discussion 7
A. What is Culture? Group Discussion
B. Elements of Culture Reporting
C. Senses of Culture Film Showing
D. Characteristics of Culture
E. Developments of Culture
F. Components of Culture
G. Territories of Culture
H. Contemporary Culture
I. Culture of Peace
J. Globo-Localized Experience
K. How Culture Works
L. Home as a Cultural Habitat
M. Relevant Culture Terms
Chapter 3 FILIPINO VALUE SYSTEM Class discussion 6
A. Values Defined Research works

B. Stages in the Development of Filipino
Value System Debate
C. Pamantayan System Group Discussion
D. Family Closeness and Security
F. Social Acceptance
G. Disvalued Perceptions

H. Filipino Value System and National
Development

Chapter 4
THE NATURE OF GROUPS AND ITS
CLASSIFICATIONS Class Discussion 3

A. The Concept of Society and its
Characteristics Group Activity
B. The nature and concept of Group
C. Importance of Groups

D. Classification of Groups

Chapter 5
THEORIES OF SOCIALIZATION AND
PERSONALITY Class Discussion 5
A. Socialization Group Discussion
B. Personality
C. The Self and Socialization
D. Theories of Socialization and Personality

E. Agencies and Types of Socialization

Chapter 6
MARRIAGE, THE FAMILY AND RESPONSIBLE
PARENTHOOD Class Discussion 10
A. Marriage Research works
1. The Nature of Marriage Debate
2. Forms of Marriage
3. Selection of Marriage Partners
4. Courtship
5. Requisites for Marriages
6. Void and Voidable Marriages

7. Rights and Obligation of Husband and
Wife
B. The Family
1. Family Structures
2. Functions of Family
3. A Healthy Family
C. Responsible Parenthood
1. Meeting Children's Needs

2. Sharing Responsibilities


Chapter 7 POPULATION DYNAMICS Class Discussion 17
A. Demography Research Works
1. Why Study Population Class Activity
2. Sources of Demographic Data
3. Composition of Population
4. Elements of Demography
5. The World's Population Situation
6. The Philippine Population Situation
7. Causes of Rapid Population Growth

8. Population Policies and Programs

Chapter 8 THE FAMILY PLANNING METHODS


A. Classification of Family Planning Methods Class Discussion 15

1. Folk Methods Role Playing

2. Behavioral Methods

3. Mechanical Methods

4. Chemical Contraceptives
5. Intrauterine Device
6. Oral Contraceptives
7. The Injectables
8. Surgical Methods of Sterilzation

VI. COURSE REQUIREMENT
Attendance, Oral Participation, Midterm Exam, Chapter Exams, Quizzes, Article Reviews,
Project, Final exam
VII. COURSE EVALUATION MEASURES

1. Midterm/Final Exam 40 %
2. Recitation/Oral Participation 15 %
3. Attendance 10 %
4. Quizzes 25 %
5. Project 10 %

VIII. COURSE POLICY INFORMATION

Attendance / Lateness Policy: A student is considered absent from a class if he/she is not
present within 15 minutes of the scheduled 2-hour class.

Policy for Late Work: A grace period will be announced by the instructor as to when will be
the deadline for submission of requirement/work outputs for submission. In case of
submitting such requirement/work output after the grace period, a specific grade shall be
given based on the set assessment guide.

Policy for Missed Test: No special examination will be given to a student except for
Midterm and Final Examinations on the condition that his/her excusable absence is
authorized through an approved excuse slip signed by the OSA Director, in case of
representation of his/her recognized organization.
In case of absence due to sickness and unavoidable cause, special exam shall be given upon
acquiring on absence slip from the Office of the Guidance Counselor with the Certification
of Illness by a physician, parent/guardian and upon payment of necessary fees.

Policy for Academic Dishonesty: Student caught practicing dishonesty in any form will be
subjected to the policies and regulations of the College as determined by the Office of
Student Affairs.


Prepared by:

MARIA DARRILYN B. CAPINIG
Contractual Instructor

Approved:


DONATO M. JAZUL
Chairman, IT