This course introduces the scientific study of, human society, culture, and social interactions., Topics include socialization, research methods,, diversity and inequality, cooperation and, conflict, social change, social institutions, and, organizations. Upon completion, students should, be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological, concepts as they apply to the interplay among, individuals, groups, and societies.
This course introduces the scientific study of, human society, culture, and social interactions., Topics include socialization, research methods,, diversity and inequality, cooperation and, conflict, social change, social institutions, and, organizations. Upon completion, students should, be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological, concepts as they apply to the interplay among, individuals, groups, and societies.
This course covers the institution of the family, and other intimate relationships. Emphasis is, placed on mate selection, gender roles, sexuality,, communication, power and conflict, parenthood,, diverse lifestyles, divorce and remarriage, and, economic issues. Upon completion, students should, be able to analyze the family as a social, institution and the social forces which influence, its development and change.
This course introduces the scientific study of, human society, culture, and social interactions., Topics include socialization, research methods,, diversity and inequality, cooperation and, conflict, social change, social institutions, and, organizations. Upon completion, students should, be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological, concepts as they apply to the interplay among, individuals, groups, and societies.
This course introduces the scientific study of, human society, culture, and social interactions., Topics include socialization, research methods,, diversity and inequality, cooperation and, conflict, social change, social institutions, and, organizations. Upon completion, students should, be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological, concepts as they apply to the interplay among, individuals, groups, and societies.
This course introduces the scientific study of, human society, culture, and social interactions., Topics include socialization, research methods,, diversity and inequality, cooperation and, conflict, social change, social institutions, and, organizations. Upon completion, students should, be able to demonstrate knowledge of sociological, concepts as they apply to the interplay among, individuals, groups, and societies.