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Unformatted text preview: sociologists tried to understand how these four socio-historical developments affect other human relationships, both in groups and as individuals and how individuals, in turn, shape some of these great social transformations. In this course you will learn about these fundamental processes of social change, about basic ideas of sociology, and about the names and ideas of the most prominent sociologists. Taken together all this makes up the vocabulary and the language of sociology, which this course introduces. The course us an introductory course and therefore does not seek to be comprehensive. It strives instead to introduce the basic concerns of sociologists. You may explore many other issues that sociologists are concerned with in the other courses in our department....
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- Fall '10