I started my part-time studies in January, 2019. It is now April 1st, 2021. So, I get to label myself as a “3rd year student” today. Hopefully, with enough luck, I get to complete my studies by June, 2022. I am already looking forward to grabbing my degree and experiencing a world of difference afforded… Continue reading Part-time studies is really hard
I have long clamoured to take an examination through digital means. I absolutely detest putting pen to paper and cannot stand my writing being unable to keep up with my thoughts. Furthermore, my handwriting is absolutely terrible. If I was the marker, I’d curse me and all 18 generations of my family.
Over the years, people have told me to get a degree. I resisted because I did not have the money yet to pay for my own part-time studies. Shortly after finishing my two years of national service, my Dad wanted to pay for my studies but I declined. I knew then that I would have… Continue reading Why Study Sociology With Communication At SUSS?
This is a tough course. I have never conducted social science research nor used its methods for research projects of any sort in recent years. In the first week, we covered the three different social science research perspectives: Positivist: Science is value-free. Data is out there, and objectivity is key. Interpretive: Data is observed, bracketed… Continue reading SSC211: Social Science Research Methods
My first Thursday class started off just fine. I learnt that most students just started their first year of studies. For many, it was their first class too and I am glad that they took COM103. This module is too critical to pass up and too important to leave for one’s later years. The concepts:… Continue reading COM103 – Discourse: Critique and Evaluation