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FrontPage Sociology Through Documentary Film

This list was originally created by Jessie Daniels, PhD (Hunter College and The Graduate Center-CUNY).  Now that the list is a wiki, everyone is encouraged  to create a login, update and add to the list (except evil spammers & vandals - boo!).  This page is meant to be helpful for anyone in any field that teaches with documentaries, or would like to begin. 

 

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How things are organized here: 

 

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The Sociological Imagination

 

Sociological Investigation / Research Methods / Research Ethics

  

Culture

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Class Inequality / Corporations

 

Crime/Criminal Justice System

 

Drugs: Addiction, Alcohol, Tobacco 

 

Drugs: Drug War

 

Ethnicity / Race

 

Education

 

Environment: Food, Water & Energy Industry

 

Family

 

Gender

 

Genocide, Conflict, Human Rights 

 

Globalization

 

Groups and Organizations

 

Health, Illness, Medicalization & the Business of Health Care

 

Immigration

 

Law & Society

 

Media & Internet

 

 

Politics

 

 

Religion

 

Social Movements / Community Organizing

 

 

Sexuality / Gender

 

Socialization

 

Social Networks

 

Self & Society

 

Technology

 

Urban/Suburban

 

Visual Sociology

 

Work / Occupations

 

Youth / Deviance

 

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