Sociology 110 Syllabus (W97-03)-1

Sociology 110 Syllabus (W97-03)-1 - Sociology 110 Capital...

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Sociology 110 Capital University Department of Behavioral Sciences Instructor:  Kevin J. Meyer, PhD, MFT Office:  Renner 338 Office Hours: Email: Required Text McIntyre, L. J. (2008).  The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology.   NOTE: Supplemental readings will be provided by the instructor throughout the semester Companion Website (Not required, but highly recommended) Course Description An introduction to the principles of sociology including an examination of the social  construction of reality, culture, social interaction, groups and organizations, deviance, and the  various social institutions. Attention is paid to the methodology of the social sciences.  Prerequisite: None. Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes 1. To gain an understanding  of basic principles of Sociology 2. To comprehend the classic theoretical perspectives on which the science was built and  continues to grow 3. To review and critique current research within the field of Sociology 4. To analyze the reciprocal relationship between the individual and the various levels of  society from a systemic perspective 5. To analyze current social issues utilizing current Sociological theory and research Academic Policies
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