Meet the Professor
I am so glad that you have enrolled in one of my sociology classes. I have been an adjunct professor in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences at El Camino College since Fall 2004. I've had a sociological mind long before I knew what sociology even meant and have always been an observer of people.
I look forward to guiding your exploration of the forces that influence human behavior, both at the societal level and at the interpersonal level. I strive to facilitate content that is relevant and meaningful! I hope you will take something away from the class that will benefit you for years to come.
~ Professor Stone
THE SOCIOLOGICAL CONTENT BELOW has been curated by me, and will add to your
HUffington post article
People were asked to rate a group of people's attractiveness . . .
TOWARDS A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING Understanding OF
GENDER identity & sexual orientation
parents can choose how to
love their LGBQTA+ child
An artist's unique exploration
of the relationship between humans and animals
Suicide Attempt Survivors
Bust Myths About Suicide
Own your face | Robert Hoge
SHe's 101 Years Old and Still Tattooing!
DOES IT HURT?
people describe the pain of getting tattooed
SOulPancake's under the skin series
CULTURAL RETENTION in the modern age
In a parallel universe:
a series of fictional images, recreated from real ads in the mad men era, that question modern day sexism
Language and Bias:
What do you think?
ANSWERING LIFE's BIG QUESTIONS
What is it like for people who are
PUshing 50 in the modern day?
The Feminist on Cell Block Y
40 Strangers, 50 Questions
THE AGE COHORTS:
TRUTH OR SPECULATION?
Our Evolving understanding
of sex and gender
VIDEO SERIES: How you see me
DO WE MAKE ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT PEOPLE WHEN WE MEET THEM FOR THE FIRST TIME?
The UNITED STATES:
POPULATION Distribution & growth
GENDER identity is not
Black & WHITE
(Nothing is, for that matter)
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WHAT IS IT LIKE BEING A
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