SOC 100: Principles of Sociology
This course examines human interaction and the products of that interaction which include social structure and institutions, culture, social order, conflict and change. Emphasis is placed on the connection between self and society: that we think, feel and act as we do largely because of social forces that pressure us to conform or to deviate from social expectations.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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