soc100 | undergraduate
Introduction To Sociology
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- Describe theories of social change.
- Identify global political, economic, cultural, structural, ecological, demographic, and technological influences on social change and social issues.
- Explain resistance to social change.
Socialization and Deviance
- Identify the roles of traditional agents of socialization.
- Define theories of self.
- Describe life course changes.
- Define theories of deviance.
- Describe the role of online social networks as a new agent of socialization.
Sociology and Social Groups
- Identify components of social groups and organizations.
- Discuss the social construction of reality.
- Develop a sociological imagination.
- Distinguish between sociological perspectives.
Science of Sociology
- Explain ethical issues in sociological research.
- Apply the steps of the scientific method.
- Compare major research designs.
Social Stratification and Inequality
- Discuss social inequality or social class themes.
- Compare and contrast sociological perspectives on social inequality in the United States.
- Explain the global influence of neocolonialism, globalization, and multinational corporations.
- Explain the feminization of poverty.
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