Deconstructing the Human Condition
Welcome to Sociology. In its broadest sense, sociology is the study of human groups and social organizations. Sociologists collect, analyze, and interpret evidence to enrich our understanding of the human condition.
The Sociology Department at City College of San Francisco offers extraordinary ways of looking at the way you and others live, work, and socialize in groups and organizations. You will have the unique opportunity to study a full range of social interaction, from individual social expression to revolutionary social movement; from the evolution of organized and stable religious groups to the formation of cults. And you’ll look at the changing forms of “community” as urban and rural life continue to rapidly evolve. As you study economic systems, technology, culture, religion, gender, and social in equality, we’ll help you make the link between individual action and larger social processes.
Rebecca (Adjunct Instructor, B.A., University of California,
Santa Barbara, Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco, Dr.
Ancheta’s research interests are gender, health, and occupations. Her
current research focuses on girls’ experiences in Techbridge, an after
school science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program
for girls in the Oakland Unified School District, Courses Taught: SOC
1, PSYC 2, Professional Activities: Published research, evaluation
research, Affiliated Scholar at Stanford University Institute for
Research on Women and Gender (2001-05), taught Research Methods in
Sociology at San Francisco State and CSU Hayward, presented research
papers at multiple professional meetings)
Block, Angela (Adjunct Instructor, B.S., University of Santa Clara; M.A., California State University, Hayward, Research Interests: Social inequality, deviance, globalization, gender and sexualities, Courses Taught at CCSF: SOC 1 (online), 35. Professional Activities in your Discipline: Pacific Sociological Association member; American Sociological Association member)
Coates, Ramona (Adjunct Instructor in Sociology and Psychology, A.A. New Mexico Military Institute, B.A., University of California, at Irvine, M.A., California State University, at Fullerton, Ph.D. Sociology, Wayne State University, Courses Taught: SOC 1, PSYC 5, 22/23)
Moore, Mik (Adjunct Instructor, M.A,. Geography, University of Cambridge, England, Ph.D. Sociology, University of Kent), England, Research Interests: environmental sociology, global water issues, Courses Taught: SOC 1, Professional Activities: Recent publication chapter in "Environmental Sociology", eds. Leslie King and Deborah McCarthy, Courses Taught: SOC 1)
Murajda, Tricia (Adjunct Instructor, B.A Sociology, B.A. Political Science, Marshall University, M.A., Sociology, University of Pittsburgh, M.A., Certification of Women Studies, University of Pittsburgh, ABD University of Pittsburgh, Research Interests: Social Movements with an emphasis on women's role in resistance movements and grassroots organizing and creative and alternative models of resistance; Border Studies; Feminist Theory/Feminisms, Urban Sociology, Political Sociology. Courses Taught: SOC 1, 25, Professional Activities, Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Women Studies at San Francisco State University and Skyline College, Faculty advisor for Feminist Majority Foundation on- campus group at SF State University beginning Fall semester 2007)
Nishimura, Arthur (Full-Time Instructor, A.B., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., Ph.D., University of Washington, Courses Taught: SOC 1, 2, 3, 35)
Sabolboro, Jessica (Full-Time Instructor, B.A., M.S., San Francisco State University, Research Interests: Cross-cultural Studies, Courses Taught: SOC 1 (Honors),2, 25, 30, 35, PSYC 1, 10, 14, 22, 23, 26, Professional Activities: Including a Service Learning component in all classes, minimum of 2 or 3 field trips to enhance understanding of class material)
Tsui, Phillip (Adjunct Instructor, M.A. (Sociology), Rutgers University, M.S.W. University of Michigan, Psy.D. Southern California University for Professional Studies, Courses Taught: SOC 1, SOC 51)