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1 Information Sociology Educational Objectives: 1. To nurture qualified experts in the information society; 2. To widen a sociological global perspective;. To foster community leaders based on Christianity. Educational Goals: 1. To pursue a new paradigm of information sociology; 2. To orient a balanced education of theoretical and practical knowledge;. To acquire an enriched human way of thinking and specialized values. Phone: ; office hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:50 p.m. 1st Semester 2nd Semester Year Classification Course Titles Hours Points Level Notes Classification Course Titles Hours Points Level Notes Reading & Writing 2 2 Freshman Communicative English II 1 Freshman Communicative English I 1 Computer Practice II-PowerPoint Course 1 1 Computer Practice I-Excel Course 2 1 The Bible for Modern People 1 Servant Leadership (2) 1 (Selection out of 8 Fields of (Selection out of 8 Fields of 4-6 Introduction to Sociology Contemporary Social Problems compulsory Information and Society compulsory Social Structure and Action Economy and Society TOEIC Practical Reading & Writing 2 (Selection out of 8 Fields of (Selection out of 8 Fields of Sociological Methods and Research Perspectives on Sociological Theories Introduction to Information Sociology Social Psychology of Cyber-Spaces Information and Data Analysis Deviance and Social Control Internet and Cyber-Society Information Society and Community Web Design and Management Social Inequality Cyber-Sociology Information Society and Community Network and International Society Social Policy in Information Technology Network Constructions in Organizations I Web and Organization Management Social Statistics Special Topics in Information Sociology Social Survey and Analysis Cyber-Deviance Cyber-Society and Electronic Commercial Transaction 4 Adolescents and Cyber-Culture Special Subject on Cyber-Society Internet and Social Movement Information Content Evaluation Organization and Information System Notes: 1) s should be completed over 21 credits, whose areas should spread over more than five areas including the foreign languages area out of eight areas. 188 Soongsil University Catalog

2 2) A candidate for a double major in Information Sociology is to obtain at least 6 credits of major s, including nine credits of s for a double major, as listed in the chart above. ) A minor candidate must complete at least 21 credits of major s, including nine credits of s for a minor, as listed in the chart above. Faculty Members and Areas of Research Lee, Seong-Sik, Associate Professor, Cyber Ethics / Criminology, (Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 199) Suh, Moon-Gi, Assistant Professor, Information Sociology; Development, (Ph.D., Brown Univ., 1997) Park, Chang-Ho, Assistant Professor, Sociology of Cyberculture, (Ph.D., Univ. of Hull, 1998) Bae, young, Assistant Professor, Organization and Database, (Ph.D., Yonsei Univ., 200) Jeong, Jae-Ki, Full-time lecturer, Social Networks / Information Society, (Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 2004) Introduction to Sociology, - This discusses the general phenomenon of society as a basic subject of social science including social actions and social structures, and studies the social institutions which occur in our daily lives. Information and Society, - This introductory attempts to explore the social structures that are shaped by information and communication technology. The impact of Internet revolution will be examined over the spectrum of politics, the economy, society, and culture. Contemporary Social Problems, - This aims to contribute to the understanding of current society by presenting major approaches and analyzing the implications of many of the social problems confronting us today. It identifies the critical issues of each social problem such as family and generational problems, gender and inequality, environment, education, mental illness, and crime, delinquency and deviance, and tries to find the desirability and feasibility of possible solutions to these problems. Social Structure and Action, - This explores the relations between social structure and human action as a basic of sociology, and tries to define the conception of society after the Enlightenment. It studies the change of human activities in agricultural, industrial, and information society, and discusses a rational model of human action within each social structure. College of Social Sciences Information Sociology Economy and Society, - This examines economic phenomenon and action in human society in the basic perspective of sociology, and analyzes the relations between social surroundings and economic structures covering market, organization, and the state. Introduction to Information Sociology, - This is an introduction to the discipline of information sociology, and focuses on the major theories of information and communication technology. The discussions also focus on continuity vs. discontinuity, and technology determinism vs. social constructivism. Sociological Methods and Research, - This aims to help students understand the logic of social inquiry, scientific methods, and their application in the analysis of society, and learn the procedures of testing theory, hypothesis construction, sampling and data collection, 189

3 and evaluation. Information and Data Analysis, - The primary purpose of this is to investigate the relationship between the principles of organizational composition and the information delivery system. This will discuss information systems based on theoretical perspectives offered by organizational studies. It also provides students with an understanding of organizational systems of information society in practice by presenting students with the opportunity to construct and maintain a database as well as manage a server for an information system. Internet and Cyber-Society, - This examines the characteristics of social relations and organizations in the process of CMC (Computer Mediated Communication) through a computer network. It covers the differences of social relations between off line and on-line, and the social norms, psychology, and community created on the Internet. Perspectives on Sociological Theories, - Based on the paradigm of the scientific revolution, the major theories of man and society from the classical world to the contemporary world are studied in this. The also examines the perspectives of Durkheim, Marx, and Weber in the classical world, and functionalism, conflict theory, exchange theory, and game theory in the contemporary world. Social Psychology of Cyberspace, - This understands human behavior in a social context and summarizes many of the facts discovered through social psychology research. In addition, it facilitates our understanding of cyberspace and its place in our lives from personal aspects to relationships to others in on-line interactions and groups. Deviance and Social Control, - This introduces social psychological and socio-structural theories of deviance, reviews the assessments of the past and recent competing theories and empirical research results, and evaluates programs for treatment, prevention, and control. Information Society and Community, - This investigates how the quality of human life changes in information society, and discusses the concepts of community, the deorganization of the traditional community, and the advent of the virtual community. Furthermore, this subject includes a focus on the reconstruction of Gemeinschaft in cyberspace. Web Design and Management, - This focuses on web-page planning, design, and management, and practices how to use related programs and apply them to social life. Social Policy in Information Technology, - This will discuss the development of information technology for desirable social consequences, the trends of related social areas, and effective policy orientation toward the construction of an information superhighway. Especially, the focuses on how to foster the information technology industry, and comprehensively examines the dysfunction brought about by the diffusion of information technology. It also tries to provide a more efficient alternative policy proposal. 190 Soongsil University Catalog

4 Social Inequality, - This class addresses to what extent, and under what conditions, social inequality can be reduced or eliminated. Distinctions between equality of ability, equality of opportunity, and equality of rewards will be drawn and their implications discussed. Social Statistics, - This helps students learn how to describe and analyze data and understand probability theory, statistical inference, and other statistical analytical techniques, and their application to social science data. New Media and Information Society, - This discusses the structure and function of new media, like the Internet influencing social cultural occurrences, and evaluates the inter relations between the new press media and information society with a critical perspective to ascertain the political, cultural, economic effects. The also studies the arrangement of new communication and its social responses. Organization and Information Systems, - As a basic sociological, this will discuss formal organization through sociological perspectives. More specifically, it will treat formal organizations as open systems linked to information networks. The also investigates the power system as a decision-making process. In this view, the decision-making process is actually a system of information flow. Based on this perspective, this presents the process of how organizations are connected to information systems and how they are influenced by the environment of these information systems. This is to take the s of Network Constructions in Organizations I, II and Web and Organization Management. Science, Technology, and Social Change, - This studies the theory of the relationship between science and technology, and social change resulting therein. Students will learn how to apply these theories and concepts to the real world, based on the long flow of social change. Cyber-Deviance, - This aims to understand the various aspects of cyber-deviance such as hacking, computer fraud, cyber-sexual assault, cyber-violence, and illegal content on the Internet by finding explanatory factors, classifying types of behavior, and presenting efforts to control cyber-deviance. College of Social Sciences Information Sociology Cyber-Culture, - This studies several cultural phenomena in cyberspace and explores the dysfunctional aspects of the Internet and the creation of desirable Internet cultural activities. Information Society and Economic Organization, - This surveys the basic features of information society embedded in everyday life. It also examines the various elements of economic organizations such as the market, technology, policy, and so on, and explores the features of societal transformation including informational relationships among individuals and groups, trust and cooperation, conflict, and power and domination. Especially, this will explore the possibility of electronic commerce, paying close attention to the developmental strategy of the state, the organizational transformation of firms, and the structure and practices of the labor market. 191

5 Network Constructions in Organizations I, II, - This assumes that the information society is a society composed of information networks. Based on this assumption, this attempts to understand the information networks among various social units, with the help of social networks analysis. Given the assumption that the behaviors and identity of individuals are best understood by considering social contexts, this will present the methods for analyzing social relationships and constructing an organizational information system. It also aims to help the students understand various conceptual frameworks and become familiar with programs and data analysis. With the interpretation of data analysis, the pays close attention to some practical cases, as examples of the improper management of information networks, and proposes alternatives. Technology Use and Social Norms, - This is concerned with the interactions of information and communication technologies and the process of the formation in social norms. With the emergence of new structures in society, political, economic, and cultural questions in terms of the effects of technology innovation are addressed in this. Social Survey and Analysis, - This studies social surveys and techniques of social research through assignments to research projects including the procedure of topic selection, research reviews, research design, questionnaire construction, data collection, and statistical analysis using the SPSS program. Internet and Social Movement, - This discusses the role of the Internet in social movements through public opinions, NGOs' activities, and civil rights. Special Topics in Information Sociology, - This aims to help students understand the issues exposed by informatization, and fosters the students' ability to understand information society through field work with the aid of official information agencies. Networks and International Society, - This investigates the dynamics of development underlying the project of global society via a modified Internet regime. The resulting questions about new international relations and networks, paradigms for each actor, and sequential problems and possibilities for the future are discussed during this. Information Content Evaluation, - A self-regulation system is favored as an effective solution for controlling illegal and harmful content over the Internet. This new approach involves categorizing the types of content, developing the rating and filtering schemes, and creating hotlines to report illegal content. This provides an overview of Internet regulations, the development of rating and filtering systems, and practices to analyze illegal content. Special Topics in Cyberspace, - This aims to help students understand various new aspects in cyberspace, find speculative issues that appear to go beyond our curriculum, and offer informed and in depth analyses of those major issues. 192 Soongsil University Catalog

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