SOC 55 Introduction to Sociology (1 credit)
Section 01 M. Hunter
CRN:10535 MW 11:00AM - 12:15PMConflicts with
art182, cs64, econ50, eng67, eng123, eths124, govt145, math153, psych89, zoo101
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Aug 26 2015 to Dec 15 2015
Reqs met: Soc major
Intro (55), Methods (91), Theory (116), Proseminar (190), Senior Seminar (191) + 7 electives
| soc minor Intro (55), Methods (91) OR Theory (116) + 4 electives. | PLEA elective
Entry level elective
| Human Institutions GE
Alternatives this semester: ANTH 101, GOVT 83, ECON 50, ISS 34
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An introduction to basic sociological concepts, theories, and methods. Students in the course will be encouraged to develop "sociological imagination," that is, an understanding of the connection between personal biography and history. Course content will include an examination of social structure and culture (and the relationship between these two concepts), the socialization process, the major social institutions and their impact, the nature of inequality in society, and deviant behavior and social problems.
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SOC 055.01 Introduction to Sociology (1 credit) CRN:10535
M. Hunter
MW 11:00AM - 12:15PMConflicts with
art182, cs64, econ50, eng67, eng123, eths124, govt145, math153, psych89, zoo101
Location: MH 133millshall.png Seats Available: 0/35
Aug 26 2015 to Dec 15 2015
Reqs met: Soc major
Intro (55), Methods (91), Theory (116), Proseminar (190), Senior Seminar (191) + 7 electives
| soc minor Intro (55), Methods (91) OR Theory (116) + 4 electives. | PLEA elective
Entry level elective
| Human Institutions GE
Alternatives this semester: ANTH 101, GOVT 83, ECON 50, ISS 34
VIEW: Description

An introduction to basic sociological concepts, theories, and methods. Students in the course will be encouraged to develop "sociological imagination," that is, an understanding of the connection between personal biography and history. Course content will include an examination of social structure and culture (and the relationship between these two concepts), the socialization process, the major social institutions and their impact, the nature of inequality in society, and deviant behavior and social problems.
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SOC 55.1 Introduction to Sociology (1)
CRN:10535 M. Hunter
MW 11-12:15PMConflicts with
art182, cs64, econ50, eng67, eng123, eths124, govt145, math153, psych89, zoo101
in MH 133millshall.png
Available: 0/35
Reqs met: Soc major
Intro (55), Methods (91), Theory (116), Proseminar (190), Senior Seminar (191) + 7 electives
| soc minor Intro (55), Methods (91) OR Theory (116) + 4 electives. | PLEA elective
Entry level elective
| Human Institutions GE
Alternatives this semester: ANTH 101, GOVT 83, ECON 50, ISS 34
VIEW: Description

An introduction to basic sociological concepts, theories, and methods. Students in the course will be encouraged to develop "sociological imagination," that is, an understanding of the connection between personal biography and history. Course content will include an examination of social structure and culture (and the relationship between these two concepts), the socialization process, the major social institutions and their impact, the nature of inequality in society, and deviant behavior and social problems.
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