Sociology Flipcharts

In my sociology course for Term 1A, there are tutorials after each couple of lectures. The class is usually divided into two groups which have tutorial in different days. Each group is then separated again into four sub-groups, discussing different topics and then presenting the result in front of the class.

I’m not really good in sociology, in fact I did have some fear of those big names and ideas, but when learning it becomes an obligation, it’s not really that bad. Hehe. It’s actually great to open up my mind and learning new things.

Here are three flipcharts from some tutorials — the first one is my favourite, showing how little is the change of the 19th century’s way of justifying colonialism with how US (or, the West) tried to justify its “War on terror”:

Gender in the colonial discourse
Gender in the colonial discourse
Escobar: development as a discourse
Escobar: development as a discourse
Santos: ecology of knowledge
Santos: ecology of knowledge

It’s pretty useful to revise the materials towards the exam.
Now, time to log off from the net..

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