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This website was originally designed specifically for use by students of Mr. Andoscia's Sociology classes. Since then, it has taken on a life of its own. It has expanded into a broad project of sociology resources, alternative texts and even commentaries and calls for social activism. Anyone with an interest in sociology and related fields can use this page as a resource. It is my goal to create a project that makes sociology enjoyable, enlightening and relevant to students of sociology at all levels, from those who are simply interested in understanding the world around them, regardless of education and occupation, to Ph.d's entrenched in their fields.
Please check the Bulletin Board on a regular basis, as I make frequent updates to this and other websites. The bulletin Board below is, in essence, the informative page regarding the entire project. New features will be designated using the NEW symbol and will be updated regularly.

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The first day of class will be January 9, 2019 at 6 pm. Class will be held in the Humanities Building, room 105 I look forward to seeing you all there. 

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