Thursday, December 10, 2015


The following is a schedule of the FINAL EXAM DATES:

Psy 101-Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30am- Thursday, December 17th

Psy 101 Tuesday/Thursday, 11:00am- Thursday, December 17th

Psy 215H- Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm- Thursday, December 17th

Psy 101-Thursday 3:00pm- Thursday, December 17th

Psy 201- Monday/Wednesday 9:30am- Monday, December 21st

REMEMBER: If for any reason you cannot make a final exam, you must contact me. If you miss the exam it is recorded as a 0 and averaged into your final grade. Once the grades are submitted for the class no changes will be made so any issues need to be resolved before the day of the final.

Please see me with any questions!

Good luck!

Psi Beta, the psychology honor society is hosting a food drive this holiday season to help those in need in the community and provide food for those who are less fortunate. As the president of Psi Beta I would love to see an influx of food donations from our students here at Suffolk. At the moment we do not have many cans donated and would love some assistance. I realize it is sometimes difficult to motivate students and would be more than appreciative if professors could ask their students to donate cans and kindly give them extra credit points in return or other assistance. The donation boxes are in the Babylon building near the info desk, in Southampton near the art gallery and in Riverhead on the main level. The food drive will end on Thursday, December 17th. This is for a great cause and those receiving the food will be more than grateful. Thank you for your time and consideration and I look forward to a successful food drive.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Genome Editing

As you may have heard, this week there has been a focus on the ethics of editing the human genome. The following article is an excellent summary of the basics of the issue as they stand currently:

Wednesday, December 2, 2015



If you have missed either Quiz 3 or 4 you must make it up by Wednesday, December 9th.

Remember, any missed quiz will be assigned a 0 grade and included in your quiz average.

Please see me with any questions or to schedule a makeup!

Tuesday, December 1, 2015


The following event is worthwhile for anyone interested in Psychology..the film was done by a former resident of Kings Park Psychiatric Facility.

The Psychology Club and Psi Beta invite you and your students to a viewing of “Kings Park,” a documentary on the mental hospital that once existed in Kings Park, Long Island. The event is scheduled for Wed Dec 2 at Common Hour, in H-30. There will be food (not pizza this time!) and drinks.

Sunday, November 29, 2015


Unfortunately, I will not be able to make class tomorrow, Monday, November 30th. We will have our quiz on Wendesday anyway as we are running out of time. I'll be back Tuesday if you have any questions!

Friday, November 27, 2015


An educated person should always be aware of the facts. Those students whom are taking on student debt to ge through college (generally a good investment) need to be aware of some of the pitfalls associated with it. Read the following article for one example of how a program designed to assist students in completing their education  can become their greatest nightmare...

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

For those of you whom still have writing assignments left,.,......

Dates: November 30, 2015 - December 10, 2015


Starting the week of November 30th and continuing through the week of December 10th, expert librarians will join forces with the staff at the Writing Center to offer super enhanced assistance for research assignments.


Where: Writing Center (Islip Arts 101)

When:              Monday, 11/30: 11:00 AM -12:30 PM


                        Wednesday, 12/2:      11:00 AM -12:15 PM and

  2:00 PM -  3:30 PM


                        Thursday, 12/3:         10:00 AM -11:30 AM and

  1:00 PM -  3:00 PM


                        Monday, 12/7:            11:00 AM -12:30 PM


                        Wednesday, 12/9:      11:00 AM -12:15 AM and

  2:00 AM -  3:30 PM


                        Monday, 12/10:          10:00 AM -11:30 AM and

  1:00 PM – 3:00 PM


What:  Specialized guidance in


·          Finding Sources

·          Using Databases

·          Evaluating Sources

·          Citations and Bibliography

·          Thesis Statements

·          Structure and Organization

·          Integrating Sources

·          Editing and Proofreading


How to Use this Service: Bring research assignments, drafts, notes, materials, etc. to help librarians and tutors better understand objectives of assignments


ATTENTION: Students must have a valid SCCC Student I.D. to use this service


For further information, please contact Dawn Wing (x4816), William Burns (x4150), Lisa Melendez (x4171), or Jennifer Farquhar (x4185)


Monday, November 23, 2015


As Thanksgiving quickly approaches a number of you may be preparing for one of the most anticipated days of the year...BLACK FRIDAY!

Ever wonder why so many people are motivated to engage in this event? Find out by reading the following article....

Thursday, November 19, 2015

The Psychology of Terrorism

Given the recent events, this article which was based on research from the American psychological Association, seems pertinent as it gives some insight into the issue of terrorism.

Monday, November 16, 2015


The holidays are often a time that generate complicated feelings in people. The following article discusses some of the research about our emotions and Thanksgiving....

Thursday, November 5, 2015

What is Lewy Body Dementia?

As we learn more, it appears Robin Williams was suffering from a form of dementia known as Lewy Body dementia. This is the 3rd leading cause of dementia even though many people know little about it. The following article explains a bit more about this disease.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015


Recently, Pixar's hit movie, Inside/Out was released on DVD. (

This movie explores the inner working of the adolescent brain/mind. When it came out, there was much talk about its' connection to Neuroscience..see the following article.

An excellent extra credit opportunity is to watch the movie and do an extra credit paper on it, specifically its' relation to brain/mind function. There were plenty of resources developed on this idea and it is an excellent opportunity to add your own thoughts to the discussion!

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

From the president of SCCC:

In honor of Veterans Day, I would personally like to thank every Veteran student and employee for their service to our country. To mark this important day of remembrance, the entire college community is cordially invited and encouraged to participate in the various College activities that are being planned across our campuses in November. These include:

MONDAY, November 9th  - Ammerman Campus
9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. – Student Veteran Association (SVA) Student Panel Discussion: “Transitioning from Military life to Student Veteran” – Mildred Green Room  

a.m.Veterans Day CeremonyVeterans Plaza – Please join the Student Veterans Association as they honor all of our Veterans.  There will be a color guard, honor guard, musical performances, as well as remarks from Veterans including the Campus Executive Dean Wes Lundberg.  The ceremony will be followed by a special luncheon for all Veterans in the Eaton’s Neck Room of the Babylon Student Center.

p.m. – 3:00 p.m. - SVA Student Panel Discussion:The Female Experience: Honoring, Understanding, and Appreciating the Role of Women in the Military” – Mildred Green Room


TUESDAY, November 10th  - Ammerman Campus

11:00 a.m. – “Witness to Liberation” event – Islip Arts Building, Room 115 – Please join the Suffolk Center on the Holocaust, Diversity and Human Understanding as Holocaust survivor Werner Reich and World War II veteran Marvin Bochner come together to share their unique experiences of concentration camp liberation.


WEDNESDAY, November 11th: Veterans DayCollege is closedplease take this time to honor and thank all who sacrificed and served for this country.


THURSDAY, November 12th – Eastern Campus

11:00 a.m.Veterans Day Ceremony – Shinnecock Building, Room 101 – Please join the Student Veterans Association as they honor all of our Veterans.  There will be a special viewing of a student’s experiences while deployed in Iraq, documented via a go-pro camera.  In addition, student veterans will be sharing their experiences. The ceremony will be followed by a special luncheon for all Veterans in the cafeteria.

FRIDAY, November 13th – Michael J. Grant Campus

9:30 a.m. – Flag-Raising Ceremony by the Student Veterans Association along with a student veteran sharing his experience. The ceremony will be followed by a special Veterans breakfast in the Faculty Dining Room.


SATURDAY, November 14th – Michael J. Grant Campus

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Women Veterans Writing Workshop – This workshop presented by Veterans Legacy and Professors on Wheels, aims to give women veterans an opportunity to share their story and prepare it for presentation or publication.  Please RSVP to casaliw using college email.


SUNDAY, November 22nd  - Michael J. Grant Campus

4:00 p.m. – Health, Sports and Education Center (HSEC) MD 105 – The Telling Project  - sponsored by the Joseph J. Theinert Memorial Fund – please join us as seven local veterans and military family members share their stories of service and sacrifice.  For more information, please visit the telling project online.


Please plan on attending as many events as you can as a way of showing support to the student Veterans at Suffolk County Community College.  I am sure you are as proud of the service our Veterans have provided as I am.  This calendar of events is one way we can come together to show our support for each and every Veteran at the College and in the community. I look forward to seeing you during this time.

Monday, November 2, 2015


An interesting story and fasicnating analysis of one of the more sought after scientific treasures of our time..Albert Einstein's brain!

Tuesday, October 27, 2015


During these very stressful weeks of exams, papers,etc. it is easy to get roped into pulling "all nighters" to keep up. It's important to note, however, that much research is pointing to the fact that getting a good night's sleep is key to maintaining optimal performance and health. Take a look at the following link for the top 10 reasons why sleep is so important...

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Why we study the things we do...

It is easy to sit in class and wonder why we study the things we do. They often feel disconnected from our everyday life and students will often ask "When will I use this in my life?" The following is an excellent example of how our knowledge in many different fields is used on a day to day basis to deal with many of life's complex challenges. Read on and find out how it is possible to remove half of a person's brain and improve their life....

Tuesday, October 20, 2015


Thursday, October 29th is the Midterm for the following courses:

Psy 101H-Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30am
Psy 101-Tuesday/Thursday, 11:00am
Psy 201-Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm
Psy 101-Thursday, 3:00pm

Date for Psy 201, Monday/Wednesday at 9:30am will be announced shortly.

Remember: If you missed any of the first two quizzes for these classes, you must make them up before the midterm. If you do not, a zero is averaged in for any missed grade.

Please see me with any questions.


I am sure the following article is pertinent to many of you...definitely try and employ a few of the ideas in the upcoming weeks!

Monday, October 19, 2015

Don't forget, this Wednesday is the next show in the series The Brain. See the following article...


As we are getting ready to complete our second quiz of the semester (and shortly thereafter, the midterm), just a reminder, anyone whom missed one of the two first quizzes must do a makeup before the mid-term. Quizzes 1 & 2 that are not made up before the midterm will be counted as 0 in the quiz grade.

If you need to make up a quiz or have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

Saturday, October 17, 2015


The field of Neuroscience is intimately involved with the idea of artificial intelligence, that is, building computers that are more like humans. While we still may be a ways from some of the classic science fiction characters whom seemed more human (and ultimately more powerful)  than us, the advances we are making currently have begun to have a major impact on our life. Check out the following article which suggests A.I. (like most technology) will be something our children will become familiar with at very early ages.

With the real advancesof A.I., a number of ethical, moral, and philosophical questions have emerged. These have been explored for many years in film and novels. Recently, the following movie which is sure to be a classic explored many of these questionsa and the possible dynamics that could develop between A.I. and their human creators......

It is a must see for anyone interested in this fascianting topic....

Thursday, October 15, 2015


Halloween as long been a fun time for all of us. Check out the following articles on the psychology of why it remains one of the most enduring holidays in our society.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015


Don't forget, tonight is the premier of The Brain with David Eagelman on PBS....

An opportunity for extra credit for the final!

Monday, October 12, 2015

Psy 101 Quizzes this week

Just an update on the Quizzes this week.
Thursday at 3:00pm class will have the Quiz on Thursday the 15th (on Freud).

Tuesday/Thursday classes will have the quiz on the following Tuesday, October 20th.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

If you are interested in a career in Psychology!

"Thinking about a career in Psychology? Come and hear          

                              from professional psychologists about what you can do

                               with a degree in Psychology!"




OCTOBER 14, 2015

11:00 – 12:00

Southampton 30

Speakers:  Professors Benhar, Coleman,  

Hanauer, and Sta.Maria


Topics:  School Psychology, Neuropsychology, Clinical Psychology, and Community Psychology


Refreshments will be served! First come, first served!

Approved by the Office of Campus Activities


Monday, October 5, 2015






Thursday, October 1, 2015

How we sabotage our mental health

The following article talks about ways we sabotage our mental health....


There was a question incorrectly marked on the Psy 101 Quiz # 1 answer key. To correct it, I will be adding 4 points to the grade that is on your scantron in my grade book. Please adjust it on your scantron so you will have an accurate reflection of the grade.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


On October 14th, 2015 Suffolk County Community College will be sponsoring the 10th Annual Mental Health Awareness Day.

This is an excellent opportunity for all students to gain exposure to many different facets of the field of Psychology. As professionals, we all attend conferences as part of our continuing education. This is an excellent opportunity for you to get this type of experience (AND EARN EXTRA CREDIT!)

Psy 201-Brain and Behavior students: I will be presenting this day in the Mildred Green Room. We will have class this day over there as the topic is pertinent to our class.

All other students can attend a conference of choice and complete a 2-3 page paper on the topic following all the requirements of extra credit on the syllabus. This will make you eligible for up to 10 points extra credit on the FINAL EXAM.

Please see me if you have any questions.

In honor of National Coffee Day...

For all you caffeine lovers, take a look at the following link which reviews all the potential benefits of caffeine...


Please come and join Psychology Club, and let your friends and classes know!  Our speaker, Mr. Marco Ponzo, is a Master’s student at Stony Brook, and will be speaking on “LOVE: From a Social Psychological Perspective.” Ms. Toni Nhotsoubanh will also be talking about exciting FREE trips to area colleges that are available to students. Lastly, students will be given information on running for office, with an election to be held at the next meeting. Hope to see you there!

Room: Southampton, 228

Monday, September 28, 2015

Thursday, September 24, 2015


As we have discussed a major debate in the world of Psychology is the nature versus nurture question. The following article discusses how technology has dramatically revamped the dialogue regarding this fundamental question.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015


Just wanted to remind everyone of upcoming due dates:

Psy 201, Monday/Wednesday, 9:30am:

  • Extra credit for Midterm: October 1st
  • Early submission of Writing Assignment: October 8th
Psy 101, Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30am:

  • Extra credit for Midterm: October 1st
Psy 101, Tuesday/Thursday, 11:00am:

  • Extra credit for Midterm: October 1st
  • Early submission of Writing Assignment: October 15th
Psy 215H, Tuesday/Thursday, 12:30pm

  • Written Assignment: 10/20/2015
Psy 101, Thursdays, 3:00pm:

  • Extra credit for Midterm: October 1st
  • Early submission of Writing Assignment: October 15th


Monday, September 21, 2015


PBS is going to be premiering an excellent series starting October 14th on the Brain. All Psy 201 students are strongly encouraged to watch as part of the course:

In addition, for the extra credit for the Final Exam, you can watch one week's episode, do a 2-3 page paper (with one outside source), and submit it by the due date for the Final Exam.

Please see me with any questions.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

As a reminder, the Yom Kippur holiday is next week (there will be no evening classes on Tuesday and no day or evening classes on Wednesday). As a result, Thursday, September 24th is a conversion day for day classes only and will run on a Wednesday day class schedule as noted on the academic calendar. Thursday evening classes meet as scheduled.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


Many students have expressed concern over the cost of textbooks. As a result, the social sciences department at SCCC has made a great effort to assist students in reducing the expense of texts during the semester by putting many of the required texts on reserve at the library. Here is an updated list of all social science textbooks currently available through this program.

TEXTBOOKS ON RESERVE (as of 9/15/15)

These copies do not circulate but may be used at the library for two hours at a time.  Students may access them by presenting ID and requesting the relevant “PAM” number at the circulation desk. The most recent books put on reserve are in red.



J. Spradley, Conformity and Conflict: Readings in Cultural Anthropology, PAM ANT 1016

Culture  (2nd ed.)  PAM ANT 1011

Gender and Anthropology, F. Mascia-Lees  PAM ANT 1017

Introducing Cultural Anthropology, 5th ed PAM ANT 1012

An Introduction to Native North America, 4th ed PAM ANT 1013

Thunder Rides a Black Horse, C. Farrer, 2nd ed PAM ANT 1014

Thunder Rides a Black Horse, C. Farrer, 3rd ed. PAM ANT 1015

A World Full of Women, M. Ward, PAM ANT 1018



Criminal Evidence, N. Garland, PAM CRJ 1010

Criminal Investigation, 11th ed.   PAM CRJ 1003

Criminal Justice in Action, 8th ed.  PAM CRJ 1001. The 7th ed. is also on reserve: PAM CRJ 1007

Criminal Justice Today…, 12th ed.   PAM CRJ 1004 (2 copies available)

Criminal Law, 12th ed.   PAM CRJ 1008

Criminal Procedure Law and Practice, 9th ed.   PAM CRJ 1005

Criminal Law Today, 5th ed.   PAM CRJ 1006

An Introduction to Policing, 7th ed.   PAM CRJ 1009

Juvenile Justice, 6th ed., Hess, Orthmonn, Wright, PAM CRJ 1012

Organized Crime, 5th ed.  PAM CRJ 1002



Krugman, Economics, 3rd ed.  PAM ECO 1008  (2 copies available)



Backman, C. The Cultures of the West: A History, vol. 1 and 2 combined PAM HIS 1029

Backman, C. Sources for the Cultures of the West, vol.I  PAM HIS 1053

Backman, C. Sources for the Cultures of the West, vol. II PAM HIS 1054

Boyer, P., The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People, vol. 1 to 1877, concise, 7th ed.   PAM HIS 1025

Boyer, P., The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People, vol. 2 since 1865, concise, 7th ed.   PAM HIS 1026

Brophy, J. Perspectives From the Past: Primary Sources in Western Civilization, vol.2, 5th ed.,  PAM HIS 1040

Cole, J. Western Civilization: Their History & Their Culture, vol. 1, 3rd ed., PAM HIS1057

Cole, J. Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture, vol.2, 3rd ed., PAM HIS 1039

Early Civilization: Ancient time to 1648 (book and DVD) PAM HIS1047 & PAM HIS1047CD-ROM

Foner, E., Give Me Liberty: An American History vol.1, 3rd ed., PAM HIS 1035

Foner, E., Give Me Liberty: An American History vol. 2, 3rd ed., E. Foner PAM HIS 1036

Johnson, M. Reading the American Past: Selected Historical Documents vol.2, 5 ed.,               PAM HIS 1037

Kennedy, D., The American Pageant: A History of the American People, 15 ed. PAM HIS 1056

Kennedy, D., The American Pageant: A History of the American People, vol. 2, 15th ed.   PAM HIS 1033

Levack, B. The West: Encounters and Transformations, vol. 1 3rd ed., PAM HIS 1038

Levack, B. The West: Encounters and Transformations, vol. 2, 3rd ed., Brian Levack PAM HIS 1031

McKay, Hill, Buckler, Understanding Western Society: A Brief History  vol. 1 (2012) 

McKay, Hill, Buckler, Understanding Western Society: A Brief History, vol. 2 (2012)   PAM HIS 1024

Modern Western Civilization: From the Rise of Absolutism to the Present

(book and DVD) PAM HIS 1046 and PAM HIS 1046 CD-ROM

Murrin, J. Liberty, Equality, Power vol.I,   PAM HIS 1052

Murrin, J. Liberty, Equality, Power vol. II PAM HIS 1053

Pavlac, Brian A., A Concise Survey of Western Civilization, PAM HIS1020

Perry, M. Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics, and Society, vol. 1: to 1789, 10th ed.  PAM HIS 1018

Perry, M. Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics, and Society, Marvin Perry, vol. 2: from the 1600s, 10th ed.   PAM HIS 1021 (2 copies available)

Perry, M. Western Civilization, vol. 1, 11th ed., PAM HIS 1050

Perry, M. Western Civilization, vol. 2, 11th ed.,  PAM HIS 1051

Kagan, Ozment, Turner, The Western Heritage, 10th ed.   PAM HIS 1028

Spielvogel, J., Western Civilization: A Brief History, vol. I, 8th ed.   PAM HIS 1041

Spielvogel, J., Western Civilization: A Brief History, vol. 2, 8th ed.  PAM HIS 1043

Spielvogel, J. Western Civilization, vol. 1, 9th ed., (not the brief edition)  PAM HIS 1042

Spielvogel, J., Western Civilization, vol. 2, 9th ed., (not the brief edition)  PAM HIS1044

Teipe, Different Voices: Women in U.S. History, 2nd ed.,  PAM HIS 1045




Governing States and Localities, The Essentials   PAM PSY 1002

State and Local Governments: The Essentials: 6th ed.   PAM POL 1001

Ginsberg, B. We the People, 9th ed.  PAM POL 1003

Magleby, D. State and Local Government by the People  PAM POL 1004




Baumeister, R. Social Psychology and Human Nature, PAM PSY 1115

Berger, K. The Developing Person Through the Lifespan,  PAM PSY 1101

Berk, L., Exploring Lifespan Development, 3rd ed. PAM PSY 1120

Bernstein, D. Essentials of Psychology 6th ed.  PAM PSY 1103

Boyd, D. The Growing Child. PAM PSY 1082

Boyd, D., Lifespan Development, 7th ed., PAM PSY 1121

Boyd & Bee.  Lifespan Development, 6th ed. PAM PSY 1048

Butcher, Hooley, Mineka. Abnormal Psychology, 16th ed.   PAM PSY 1096

Ciccarelli & White. Psychology. 3rd edition. PAM PSY 1078.

                Student Study Guide for Ciccarelli, 3rd ed. PAM PSY 1083

Coon & Mitterer. Psychology: A Journey. 5th ed. PAM PSY 1094.

Cook, The World of Children, 3rd ed.  PAM PSY 1111

Durand & Barlow. Essentials of Abnormal Psychology. 6th ed. PAM PSY 1086.

Feldman, R.S. Lifespan Development: A Topical Approach, 2nd ed. PAM PSY 1097

Friend, M. Special Education: Contemporary Perspectives for School Professionals. 3rd edition. PAM PSY 1071.

Franzoi, S. Essentials of Psychology, 5th ed.  PAM PSY 1140

Garrett, B. Brain & Behavior: An Introduction to Biological Psychology, 4th ed.  PAM PSY 1109

Grasha.  Practical Applications of Psychology. PAM PSY 1021.

Hardman, M. Human Exceptionality: School, Community, and Family 11 ed. PAM PSY 1108

Hockenbury, Psychology, 6th ed.  PAM PSY1117

King, L., Experience Psychology, 2nd ed. PAM PSY 1119

Kirk, S., Educating Exceptional Children  14th ed. PAM PSY 1118

Licht, Deborah M., Scientific American: Psychology, 2014   PAM PSY 1114

Lilienfeld, Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding 3rd ed. PAM PSY 1105

Matlin, M. The Psychology of Women, 6th ed. PAM PSY 1072

Martin, G. Behavior Modification: What It Is and How to do It. PAM PSY 1093

Myers. Exploring Psychology, 9th ed. PAM PSY 1095.

Myers. Psychology, 10th edition in Modules.  PAM PSY 1087

Study Guide to Accompany Myers’s “Psychology, 10th edition in Modules” PAM PSY 1088

Nairne, J.S. Psychology, 5th ed. PAM PSY 1047

Nevid. Essentials of Psychology, 2nd ed. PAM PSY 1050

Nevid, J.  Essentials of Psychology: Concepts and Applications,  4th ed. PAM PSY 1104

Oltmanns & Emery. Abnormal Psychology, 6th ed. PAM PSY 1061

Papalia, D.E. Human Development, 10th ed. PAM PSY 1085

Plotnik, Introduction to Psychology, 10th ed.  PAM PSY 1110

Scott, J.M. & Koch, R.E. The Psychology Student’s Writer’s Manual. PAM PSY 1009

Sigelman, C.K. Lifespan Human Development, 8ed. PAM PSY 1057

Sigelman, C.K. Study Guide for Lifespan Human Development, 7th edition. PAM PSY 1084.

Tanner, J. Visualizing the Lifespan PAM PSY 1122

Wood & Wood. Mastering the World of Psychology, 4th ed. PAM PSY 1091

Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology   PAM PSY 1102

Article Compilations:

Annual Editions: Child Growth and Development. 20th edition, 2014. PAM PSY 1099

Annual Editions: Human Development. 42nd edition, 2014. PA

Annual Editions: Psychology, 45 ed.  PAM PSY 1116


Andersen, M. Sociology: The Essentials, 8th ed.    PAM SOC 1023

Benokraitis, Marriages and Families: Changes, Choices, and Constraints PAM SOC 1024

Carl, Think Sociology, PAM SOC1026

Ritzer, G. Essentials of Sociology, PAM SOC1026