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Illig, Diane

Chair, Sociology

Fulton Hall (FH) 262
410-677-5066 or ext 75066
dsilligsalisburyedu
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2014 Spring

  • SOCI 497-001 UNDERGRAD RESEARCH
    Applies social research methods to a specific research project which includes hypothesis formulation, research design, data collection, data analysis and a presentation in some public forum. Prerequisite: CADR/SOCI 321 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.

2014 Fall

  • SOCI 321-010 SOCIAL RESEARCH
    Introduction to qualitative and quantitative social research methods. Emphasis on research design, question formulation, sampling techniques, hypothesis testing, data analysis, computer processing, and practical research activity. Cross listed with CADR 321. May not receive credit for both CADR 321 and SOCI 321. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Three hours lecture, one two hour laboratory per week.
  • SOCI 321-011 SOCIAL RESEARCH
    Introduction to qualitative and quantitative social research methods. Emphasis on research design, question formulation, sampling techniques, hypothesis testing, data analysis, computer processing, and practical research activity. Cross listed with CADR 321. May not receive credit for both CADR 321 and SOCI 321. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Three hours lecture, one two hour laboratory per week.
  • SOCI 325-001 SEXUALITY & SOCIETY
    Examines the social construction of sexual behavior and sexual identity in a cultural context as well as the relationship between physiology, gender and sexuality. Topics include: theories and history of sexuality as a social marker, social inequality and sexuality, the institutionalization of sexuality, sexual behavior and identity formation, and cross-cultural practices. A major focus of the course is on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and transsexual experiences. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 325-002 SEXUALITY & SOCIETY
    Examines the social construction of sexual behavior and sexual identity in a cultural context as well as the relationship between physiology, gender and sexuality. Topics include: theories and history of sexuality as a social marker, social inequality and sexuality, the institutionalization of sexuality, sexual behavior and identity formation, and cross-cultural practices. A major focus of the course is on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and transsexual experiences. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • SOCI 416-001 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTED STUDY
    Advanced study in an area of sociology. May be repeated once under a different subtitle. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor who will direct the study. Up to twelve hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Awards(s)

Diane Illig (2007). SU President's Diversity Award - Salisbury University.

Presentations

Illig, D. & Morris, P. (2013). Creating Safe Spaces for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) People at Work, School, & in the Community. Linking Mental Health to Academic Success: Safe Schools Nurturing Communities, Third Annual Conference. Presented at Eastern Shore School Mental Health Coalition (ESSMHC), Guerrieri University Center, Salisbury University.
Illig, D. S. (2009). The Goddess, Mother Earth, Going Green and the Search for the Sacred Feminine (Women's History Month Presentation) Presented at Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD.
Illig, D. S. & Morrison, J. D. (2004). Paired teaching: Expectations & outcomes Presented at 95th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Boston, MA.
Illig, D. S. & Wagner, D. (2004). The self as a pedagogical tool: The challenges of power & pedagogy in our classrooms Presented at University System of Maryland, Second Faculty Conference, Bowie State University, Bowie, MD.
Illig, D. S. & Morrison, J. D. (2003). Paired teaching: Another dimension in the colaborative learning repertoire Presented at American Sociological Association's 98th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Book Chapters

Illig, D. S. (2010). Understanding personal choice & structured inequality as aspects of family finance. E.E. Heilman, R.F. Amthor, & M. T. Missias (Eds.), Social studies & diversity in teacher education: What we do & why we do it. New York: Routledge.

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