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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This compilation of information for Sociology would have not made if not for the support
and inspiration extended to the author.

The DYCI Board of trustees for instigating the idea and tapping interested faculty
members,

Dr. Enrique M. Joaquico, Dean College of Arts and Sciences for extending the invitation
and showing of support,

Prof. Harold C. Trinidad and Prof. Charo Galang, colleagues and friends and co-writers
and contributors for sharing the inspiration to contribute and make a difference despite
difficulties,

The Sociology students of DYCI in attempting to contribute in making the society a much
better place for the future children,

My Angel, Jannelle Laurence, for inspiring her mother with her own sets of dreams,

And to God Almighty for everything whom this module is lovingly dedicated.

Prof. Julieta D.T. Mactal


COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course Code Soc Sci 101
Course Title Society and Culture with Anthropology and Family Planning
No. of Units 3 units
A study of human society, its origin and development, forms and functions.
It starts with the fundamental concepts of society; proceeds to the
Course Description investigation of group behavior, Philippine cultural values, stratification and
institution integrating the study on the importance and methods of family
planning.
At the end of the course, the students shall be able to:
acquaint themselves with the basic sociological and anthropological
principles, imperatives in understanding others and the society itself.
present a sociological reality, based on the point of view of the Filipinos.
motivate a profound discernment of people, race, religion, society and
culture with principles and virtues of true Christ-centered individuals.
inculcate among themselves an awareness of their own self, culture and
General Objectives environment.
practice the values they have from their homes as well as the school; so
as to help in the promotion of respect for life, individuals and the society as
well.
be a living example of Christ; someone who respects life and that of
others.
discern the importance of family planning in the promotion of self-respect
and self-esteem.
Class Standing: 40%
Recitation, quizzes, seatwork, assignments, group activities.
Grading System Written Examinations: 40%
Major Examination.
Character: 10%
Good Manners and right conduct.
Project: 10%
Any learning-related output
Preliminary Examination: 25%
Weight Distribution Midterm Examination: 25%
for Final Grade Semi-final Examination: 25%
Final Examination: 25%
COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK TOPIC/LESSON
Overview of the Topics for the whole semester
1
Background on the study of Sociology and Anthropology
2 and 3 Culture
4 and 5 Socialization

6 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

7 Social Processes
8 and 9 Deviance, and Social Control

10 MIDTERM EXAMINATION
11 to 13 Human Groups and Social Institutions

14 SEMI-FINAL EXAMINATION
15 and 16 Social Stratifications
17 Social Change

18 FINAL EXAMINATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

2 Introduction
3 Background in the Study of Sociology & Anthropology
8 Culture
15 Socialization
PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
25 Social Processes
35 Deviance and Social Control
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
46 Human Groups and Social Institutions
SEMIFINAL EXAMINATION
60 Social Stratification
66 Social Change
FINAL EXAMINATION