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Introduction to Sociology I

Course Code: SOCL1100P
Credits: 3

Sociology is a discipline that does not rely on opinions, beliefs and taken for granted assumptions about the way things "should be". Rather, it is a practice that critically questions, scientifically investigates and analyzes how concepts, such as race, class, and gender, are constructed through cultural and socialization processes. This course introduces you to the sociological perspective and provides you with the tools that you will need to examine how broad trends and patterns in society affect the interactions of individuals and groups and how those connections impact the ever-changing world in which we live.

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