Course: SOC 100 (1902): The Individual, Culture and Society |Spring 2020 | Prof. Alapo

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SOC 100 (1902): The Individual, Culture and Society |Spring  2020 | Prof. Alapo
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Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
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Sociology, A.A.
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SOC 100
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Spring 2020
Course Description

This course studies the social world and how it has evolved over time, as well as how individuals are influenced and structured by social interactions in small groups and by larger social forces. The course covers major sociological theories and research methods, and key concepts such as culture, socialization, social class, race/ethnicity, gender, technology, social inequality, and social change.

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HW 3 Due 3/24

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