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SOCL 100 - Sociology

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2019
October 28, 2019 — 
An introduction to the scientific study of human social interaction with emphasis on societies, groups, organizations, social networks and communities as the units of analysis. Topics covered include culture, social structure, socialization, sex roles, groups, and networks, organizations, deviance and social stratification, race and ethnic relations and social institutions.
Section: 620
3
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SOC 103_201W - Introductory Sociology

Onondaga / Community College | Fall 2019
October 23, 2019 — 
This course is a foundational introduction to the broad range of topics encompassed in the "science of society." Students will learn how to study society with sociological methodologies and how to interpret it with sociological theories and thinking. Students will furthermore explore major sociological topics such as social and economic inequality, gender and sex, the structures of family and human societies, race and ethnicity, religion, socialization processes, and forms of deviance and culture.
Section: 103_201W
3
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ASOC 260 - Social Psychology

Albany / University Center | Fall 2019
October 16, 2019 — 
Survey course covering both theories and topical areas in the field. Both sociological and psychological perspectives are represented, although the former is emphasized. Topical areas include the self, face-to-face interaction, attitudes, communication, interpersonal relationships, small group processes, social structure, and personality. A Soc 260Z is the writing intensive version of A Soc 260.
Section: 8433
3
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SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology

Finger Lakes / Community College | Fall 2019
September 24, 2019 — 
What is the connection between the individual and the group? Where do our beliefs and values come from? What causes inequalities? How do we change our social world? In Introduction to Sociology students will learn to use sociological concepts theories and research methods to address questions like these. Sociology provides a unique perspective--often called "the sociological imagination"--that uses scientific research methods of inquiry. This perspective illuminates our daily experiences and decisions by challenging the taken for granted "common sense" view. Introduction to Sociology will help students develop their critical thinking skills in ways that will be useful academically and in daily personal and community life. SOC 100 is a prerequisite for higher level courses in Sociology
Section: U9
3
credits

SOC 101 - Introductory Sociology

Genesee / Community College | Fall 2019
September 16, 2019 — 
Section: L66
3
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SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology

Finger Lakes / Community College | Fall 2019
September 3, 2019 — 
What is the connection between the individual and the group? Where do our beliefs and values come from? What causes inequalities? How do we change our social world? In Introduction to Sociology students will learn to use sociological concepts theories and research methods to address questions like these. Sociology provides a unique perspective--often called "the sociological imagination"--that uses scientific research methods of inquiry. This perspective illuminates our daily experiences and decisions by challenging the taken for granted "common sense" view. Introduction to Sociology will help students develop their critical thinking skills in ways that will be useful academically and in daily personal and community life. SOC 100 is a prerequisite for higher level courses in Sociology
Section: U1
3
credits

SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology

Finger Lakes / Community College | Fall 2019
September 3, 2019 — 
What is the connection between the individual and the group? Where do our beliefs and values come from? What causes inequalities? How do we change our social world? In Introduction to Sociology students will learn to use sociological concepts theories and research methods to address questions like these. Sociology provides a unique perspective--often called "the sociological imagination"--that uses scientific research methods of inquiry. This perspective illuminates our daily experiences and decisions by challenging the taken for granted "common sense" view. Introduction to Sociology will help students develop their critical thinking skills in ways that will be useful academically and in daily personal and community life. SOC 100 is a prerequisite for higher level courses in Sociology
Section: U2
3
credits

SOC 200 - Social Problems

Finger Lakes / Community College | Fall 2019
September 3, 2019 — 
A sociological examination of the causes consequences and extent of persisting social problems. Special attention will be given to an examination of our economic and political structure along with an examination of various forms of social inequality. Social and political policy considerations will also be studied as they bear upon possible solutions to social problems under study. Prerequisite: SOC 100
Section: U1
3
credits

SOCL 100 - Sociology

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2019
September 3, 2019 — 
An introduction to the scientific study of human social interaction with emphasis on societies, groups, organizations, social networks and communities as the units of analysis. Topics covered include culture, social structure, socialization, sex roles, groups, and networks, organizations, deviance and social stratification, race and ethnic relations and social institutions.
Section: 300
3
credits

SOCL 100 - Sociology

Hudson Valley / Community College | Fall 2019
September 3, 2019 — 
An introduction to the scientific study of human social interaction with emphasis on societies, groups, organizations, social networks and communities as the units of analysis. Topics covered include culture, social structure, socialization, sex roles, groups, and networks, organizations, deviance and social stratification, race and ethnic relations and social institutions.
Section: 301