COURSE SYLLABI (NEW for Spring 2017!)
SOCI 1301 POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS
Link to NATIONMASTER
READING/INSTITUTION OF POLITICS: Peikoff, The DIM Hypothesis, Chapter 8:Politics (2012)
Sumner's "The Forgotten Man" (1883)
William Graham Sumner's What Social Classes Owe to Each Other (1883)
"Baudrillard, Cioran, and the Postmodern Gods" [recent paper (2012) written by Dr. Loessin]
Jean Baudrillard, Global Debt and Parallel Universe
ARTICLE OF INTEREST: The Irrational Electorate
Dr. Loessin received his B.S. and M.A. from Sam Houston State University, ABD from Texas A&M University, and Ph.D. from Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica. He came to WCJC in 1989 from The University of Louisiana at Monroe where he was a Lecturer of Sociology from 1986-1989. He teaches SOCI 1301: Introduction to Sociology, SOCI 1306: Social Problems, SOCI 2319: Minority Studies; SOCI 2326/PSYC 2319: Social Psychology, ANTH 2346: General Anthropology, ANTH 2351: Cultural Anthropology, as well as ENGL 1301: Composition I, ENGL 1302: Composition II, ENGL 2322: British Literature I, ENGL 2323: British Literature II, ENGL 2333: World Literature II, and HUMA 1301: Introduction to Humanities.
MWF: 9:50-11:00, 11:50-12:30; W: 9:50-11:00 (Wharton Campus, S-121)
TR: 8:55-9:25, after 12:05 (Sugarland Campus, Faculty Office Area)
Other times online and by appointment.