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Introduction to Sociology

Examination of the major sociological paradigms, theories, and processes shaping the relationship between society and individuals. Elements emphasized include the following: social structure, institutions and roles, culture, sex and gender, social class and stratification, social change, methodology, race and ethnicity, socialization. The goal is to develop the sociological imagination, which is an analytical perspective examining the interplay between structure and agency. Content varies by instructor for each section. Consult instructor for further information.

Course Number

SOCI 100 C1

Instructor

Davis, Carla P.

Code(s)

3B,C

Credits

1.00

Course Format

online

Course Format Description

Synchronous online course meetings twice a week; students must attend at the assigned course time. Asynchronous activities will include various activities and group assignments. Students will also meet in small groups at times they can schedule together.

Time Slot

Mid Morning

Module

2

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