In this video lecture, Academic Expert Xenia Rochelle Jones introduces her series of lectures on the academic discipline of sociology. This primary video set is used largely to introduce some of the key concepts in the field of sociology, such as culture, language, and social groups. She proceeds to READ MORE »
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A Summary to Wrap Things Up
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In this video lecture, Academic Expert Xenia Rochelle Jones narrows her series on sociology to the fundamental relationship between culture and socialization. She illustrates and analyzes the various layers of culture, including specific culture, sub-culture, and culture universals. Language, norms, READ MORE »
In this video lecture, Academic Expert Xenia Rochelle Jones continues her series on sociology by exploring the relationship between discourse and socialization. The fundamental concept Xenia explores is the importance of language, which is a necessary requirement that must be in place for any sort o READ MORE »
In this video lecture, Academic Expert Xenia Rochelle Jones wraps up her sociology series with an exploration of the relationship between religion, ethics, and socialization. Xenia begins with a section on why people often turn to religion. The lecture then turns to analyzing some the traditions of READ MORE »