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Basic Ideas of Sociology SYG 3002  U01 Prof. A. Douglas Kincaid November 18, 2011
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Today’s Outline n Advertisements n Final exam n Discussion of globalization n Assignments for next week
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A course to think about for spring n SYP 3456 Societies in the World n T-Th 12:30 – 1:45 pm Ø Sociology seeks to understand how human beliefs, perceptions, and actions are shaped by the social contexts in which we live. One such context we commonly call “society,” a daily shorthand for a particular set of cultural and structural features that are shared among a group of people and can serve to distinguish them from other groups. But societies themselves also have contexts. This course seeks to deepen our understanding of human societies by examining them within a series of wider, “world” perspectives: historical, environmental, global, and systemic. n Similar course format to SYG 3002
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Another course to think about for spring n SYD 4630 Latin American and Caribbean Societies n Tuesdays 2:00 – 4:45 pm Ø As a region, Latin America and the Caribbean encompass an extraordinary diversity of countries, societies, and cultures. This course offers a sociological introduction to
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course SYG 3002 taught by Professor Adouglaskencaid during the Fall '11 term at FIU.

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