Social group influence; social interaction, processes, organization, and change; family, religion, government, population, culture, race relations.

Course Details

Course Outline
Module 1: Taking a New Look at a Familiar World
Module 2: Seeing and Thinking Sociologically
Module 3: Sociological Theory
Module 4: The Social Construction of Knowledge
Module 5: Culture and History
Module 6: Socialization
Module 7: The Presentation of Self
Module 8: Intimacy and Families
Module 9: Social Deviance
Module 10: Organizations, Social Institutions, and Globalization
Module 11: Social Class and Inequality
Module 12: Race and Ethnicity
Module 13: Sex and Gender
Module 14: Reconstructing Society
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Sociology Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life: Brief Edition (Required)
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