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In The Catalog Prerequisites:

COMM 2162 : Sociology of the Family
SOC 2101 : Social Research Methods
SOC 2102 : Techniques of Data Analysis
SOC 2103 : Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 2103W : Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 2104 : Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 2104W : Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 2105 : Social Problems in American Society
SOC 2105W : SocialProblems in Amer Society
SOC 2111 : Field Research
SOC 2112 : Evaluation Research
SOC 2135 : Youth and Delinquency
SOC 2136 : Criminology
SOC 2139 : Alternatives to Imprisonment
SOC 2145 : Criminal Law
SOC 2152 : Sociology of Mass Media
SOC 2161 : Sociology of Complex Organizations
SOC 2162 : Sociology of the Family
SOC 2163 : Sociology of Education
SOC 2164 : Sociology of the Holocaust and Genocide
SOC 2165 : Sociology of Religion
SOC 2167 : Sociology of Law
SOC 2168 : Economic Sociology
SOC 2169 : Urban Sociology
SOC 2169W : Urban Sociology
SOC 2170 : Class and Inequality in American Society
SOC 2170W : Class/Inequality-Amer Society
SOC 2173 : Social Movements
SOC 2175 : Sociology of Sex and Gender
SOC 2175W : Sociology of Sex and Gender
SOC 2177 : Sociology of the Sex Industry
SOC 2178 : Deviance and Control
SOC 2178W : Deviance and Control
SOC 2179 : Race and Minority Relations
SOC 2181 : Special Topics in Sociology
SOC 2181W : Special Topics
SOC 2184 : Violence and the Family
SOC 2189 : Special Topics in Criminal Justice
SOC 2189W : Special Topics in Criminal Justice
SOC 2988 : Internship in Law and Society
SOC 3195 : Research
SOC 4192 : Advanced Seminar in Criminal Justice
SOC 4195 : Senior Research Seminar
SOC 4197 : Advanced Seminar-Sociology

In The Catalog Description:

SOC 1002 : The Sociological Imagination

As A Banner Equivalent:

SOC 1002 : The Sociological Imagination

As A Banner Prerequisite:

SOC 2136 : Criminology
SOC 2145 : Criminal Law
SOC 2167 : Sociology of Law
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Sociology (SOC)
SOC
1001
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
201403
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Course Type
Discussion Group
Lecture
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SOC 1002 - The Sociological Imagination

Corequisites

90

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
SOC 1002 - The Sociological Imagination
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A broad overview of the "sociological imagination" as a way of understanding social issues and personal experience; sociology’s place among the social sciences; basic elements of sociological perspectives. Credit will not be given for both SOC 1001 and SOC 1002.
1.Think sociologically and understand the difference between a sociological perspective and one that might be held by an economist, political scientist, psychologist, etc. 2.Identify the basic data collection methodologies used by social scientists in general and sociologists in particular. 3.Identify the basic strengths and weaknesses of the major data collection methodologies used by sociologists. 4.Discuss the relevance of basic sociological concepts such as rol e, culture, and socialization to an understanding of human behavior. 5.Articulate the significance of the stratification system and a person’s so cial class position to an understanding of issues related to education, health care, housing, criminal justice, etc. in America. 6. Identify the basic concepts and theoretical perspectives associated with the topics of deviant behavior, domestic violence, and prejudice and discrimination. 7. Understand the relationship between demography and demographic changes and a wide range of social issues.
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Course Attribute
GWSB-Cult.&Political Diversity
CCAS - GCR:Social & Behavioral
SEAS - Soc. Science Electives

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