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Definition and application of the concept of the sociological imagination; the connection between personal troubles and public issues; race, gender, inequality, and education. Credit will not be given for both SOC 1002 and SOC 1001.
As a result of thoroughly preparing for and participating in Sociology 1002, students will: learn to define and apply the concept of the sociological imagination; learn to describe key theoretical perspectives in the discipline of sociology and apply them to social phenomena and institutions; develop the ability to recognize and speak knowledgeably about the spectrum of societal phenomena and institutions addressed by sociologists; sharpen their problem-solving skills by learning to define, analyze, and develop informed solutions to social problems in the Washington, DC, community; strengthen their ability to develop an evidence-based argument about social issues; improve their skills in written communication through writing for a variety of audiences about sociological issues; improve their skills in oral communication through the sharing of research findings with their instructor and peers.
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Gen Ed: Social Science
CCAS - GPAC: Local/Civil Engage
Per Courtney Carey, add comment: Credit will not be given for both SOC 1001 and SOC 1002.