Sociology is the science of understanding human behavior, social relationships, and the society that we live in. In this course, we will examine the major concepts, theories and tools of inquiry critical to understanding the social world. We will also devote ourselves to developing a sociological mode of thinking while investigating how our social world and society work.
Introduction to basic sociological concepts. Examines aspects of human behavior in cultural framework, including individual and group interaction, social mobility and stratification, status and class, race and gender relations, urbanism, crime and criminology, and social change and reform. Limited to three attempts.
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