Emphasizes the sociological perspective of human behavior institutions and patterns for human interaction, origins and nature of culture, the socialization processes, the nature forces and consequences of sociological change.
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Office BGS 323
April Cubbage, Ph.D.
Sabbatical Fall 2015
Office BGS 300
Office BGS 351
Office BGS 322
Core Courses and Resources
- SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 2 Social Problems
- SOC 10 Introduction to Marriage and the Family
- SOC 15 Socialization of the Child
- SOC 20 Ethnic Cultures in the United States
- SOC 21 Women in Contemporary Society
- SOC 25 Social Stratification
- SOC 30 Social Psychology
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