Course Description

Sociology provides insight into how society influences human behaviour. By studying the problems and social issues in society, we are able to gain a better understanding of how society affects people. This course explores various sociological perspectives and demonstrates how systematic studies are used to challenge commonsense perspectives about social life. Particular areas of study include culture, socialization, deviant behaviour, social inequality and economy.

Students in the Social Service Worker (215) program can complete SSCISS108 - Introduction to Sociology as an equivalent course. 




Introduction to Sociology (SSCISS108)

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