PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
2013 Summer Term
This course introduces students to the ways in which sociologists use theory and research to study human group behavior and the processes by which people build, maintain, and change their institutional arrangements and relationships with one another. The course will focus on five areas of inquiry: social structure, interaction, and change; inequality and diversity; family and health; crime, criminal justice, and law; and global comparative.
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3 Units [GS]
|06/17 - 07/26 (6W2)||
|This class is taught online through Desire2Learn. The course site will be available to you shortly before the course begins. An additional $150 fee will be assessed for this class.|