soc100 | undergraduate
Introduction To Sociology
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Sociological Theory and Culture
- Describe the study of sociology.
- Identify theoretical perspectives in sociology.
- Describe the role of culture in sociology.
Socialization and Social Structure
- Describe the perspectives of socialization into the self.
- Explain the role of socialization in society.
- Identify milestones in socialization in different developmental periods throughout the life span.
- Identify the role of social structure in society.
Social Groups and Institutions
- Identify the different types of social groups.
- Describe factors that contribute to group dynamics.
- Describe the sociological view of marriage and family in society.
- Describe the sociological view of education and religion in society.
Deviance, Social Control, and Social Inequalities
- Apply the sociological perspectives to the concept of deviance.
- Examine different methods of social control.
- Describe elements that contribute to social inequalities.
- Identify influences of social change in society.
- Describe theories of social change.
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