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We live in a world that is changing very quickly. Sociology gives us the tools to understand our own lives and those we live with. This aim of this course is to enable one to understand the sociological perspective, in order to understand and appreciate human society.
The course focuses on some of the essential questions: How are the things that we take to be natural socially constructed? How do we live today? How determined is social life? Does the individual make a difference?
How is social order possible? Then we will ask what techniques are available to make sense of these questions. We will review comparative, historical, demographic, experimental, and ethnographic methods. Along the way, we will study core concepts including ethnocentrism, social networks, community, unanticipated consequences, social capital, race, class, and gender.
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