Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Sociology: The Sociological Imagination
In this course, we will study social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior on American society. Specifically, we will examine the ways that individuals interact in social groups, organizations, and the larger society and the ways that the larger society both influences and is influenced by various social actors. Specific topics may range from crime, education, health, the economy, wealth, income, families, religion, race, gender, sexuality, class, among others with the goal of examining how individuals come together to construct society. In addition, we will explore the ways that social inequalities are created and maintained, examining many different perspectives and research techniques that sociologists use to answer some of society’s most important questions.
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SOCI 0101

All Sections in Fall 2024

Fall 2024

SOCI0101A-F24 Lecture (Tiger)
SOCI0101X-F24 Discussion (Tiger)
SOCI0101Y-F24 Discussion (Tiger)
SOCI0101Z-F24 Discussion (Tiger)