BBC Bitesize - GCSE Sociology. @TheSocyCinema - Videos. Great Films for Sociology Classes - Citings and Sightings. UPDATE: In January 2012, we caught up with Jessie Daniels for her latest picks in the best of the best documentaries, and got replies from several other professors representing different courses.
Please check out the new lists! Here are more items suggested by the commentors: Josh Page, a professor of sociology (particularly law, crime, and deviance) at the University of Minnesota, sends in his Top Five list for teaching undergrad courses on the criminal justice system, noting “The ‘reality’ TV stuff about prison life is pretty much uniformly bad.”Top Five Prison Documentaries for Crime and Punishment Courses1. Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo (2009) 2. The Dhamma Brothers (2008) 3. Another great friend of The Society Pages, Prof. Nathan Palmer shares:This is such a great idea and I’d like to thank TSP and Jessie Daniels for doing this. Carolyn Liebler says:I often use movie clips in introduction to sociology when introducing a set of theories or concepts. Link to the list… An Introduction to Sociology. Sociology Videos. Psychology Home.
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This year, FRONTLINE filmmakers Karen O'Connor and Miri Navasky return to Ohio to tell the next chapter in this disturbing story: what happens to mentally ill offenders when they leave prison. The Released is an intimate look at the lives of the seriously mentally ill as they struggle to remain free. " The New Asylums (Frontline, 2004) In "The New Asylums," FRONTLINE goes deep inside Ohio's state prison system to explore the complex and growing issue of mentally ill prisoners. The Sights and Sounds of Schizophrenia: Drug Company Creates Simulation of Illness' Symptoms (NPR, 8/29/2002) (Thanks Jeanie Kent Duncan! Bring Change 2 Mind (Dan Segrist, via PsychTeacher listserv, 2/17/2010) Mr. Web Gems: 10 Great Short Clips That Illustrate Psychological. Must Watch Psychology Videos. The best psychology videos for lesson planning and studying. Out on a Limb - A Guide to Getting Along.
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These videos range from 30 minutes to approximately one hour in length. “Understanding the DSM-5: What Every Teacher Needs to Know,” Greg Neimeyer, PhD, APA Education Directorate This lecture reviews changes in the DSM-5, including elimination of the traditional multiaxial system and the reorganization of numerous disorders previous held under different categories. “Update on the International Classification of Diseases,” Lynn Bufka, PhD, APA Practice Directorate This lecture discusses the ICD, including the history, when and how it will be updated, its functionality and flexibility as a global text and the issues that may arise when using the ICD. Teaching High School Psychology. There has been a lot (a LOT) of chatter in the AP Psych community about the implications of the change from DSM IV TR to DSM 5.
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" That's a nice, clear message, but based on email/twitter/AP Central discussion board chatter, many AP teachers seem to disagree about how big a deal this change will be in terms of items on the exam. Please chime in the comments section and let us know what you're doing, if anything, regarding DSM 5 in your classrooms. Online Psychology Laboratory - Welcome.