Undergraduate Sociology-Rock County
2020 Fall 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
CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Sociology-Rock County 130
Sociological analysis of the nature, extent, causes, & potential solutions to selected major social problems such as poverty & wealth, racial & gender discrimination, crime & violence, drug abuse, family problems, quality of education, inadequate health care, population problems, intergroup conflict, & threats to the Env..
SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER
Sociology-Rock County 238
(SOC 238 & GSW 238 are the same course.) A sociological examination of roles assigned to women & men in society, including the experiences of marriage, parenthood, employment & occupational attainment. Pays particular attention to gender role socialization & its cultural reinforcement, to patterns of gender relations & to ongoing changes.