Undergraduate Sociology-Rock County
2020 Spring Term
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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
Sociology-Rock County 101
Intro to the basic concepts, theories & methods of Soc., emphasizing the significance of the self & culture, social process & organization, & forces of social stability & change
CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Sociology-Rock County 231
Explores the nature of crime & reviews ideas about definitions, causes, & solutions. Includes an Intro to the day-to-day functioning of the criminal justice system, the police, lawyers, courts, & correctional personnel.
SOCIOLOGY OF RACE & ETHNICITY
Sociology-Rock County 234
The experience of American racial, religious, ethnic & nationality groups. The nature of intergroup relations in the U.S.. Relationship of intergroup dynamics to social change, & to basic ideological, technological, & institutional structures & processes. Emphasis on social conflict over the distribution of economic & political power, family patterns, housing, education & access to the legal system.
SOCIOLOGY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Sociology-Rock County 355
Explores the socio-cultural foundations of our relationship with the natural Env.. Examines the relationship between Env.al degradation & social, political, & economic structures. Explores beliefs & values about the Env. & their expression in various forms of Env.alism & Env.al movements. Also analyzes the presentation of Env.al issues in cultural, political, & scientific domains.