Criminological theory and practice Crime as a social and legal problem The

Criminological theory and practice crime as a social

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Criminological theory and practice. Crime as a social and legal problem. The administration of justice. 375 ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY 3 S SOC 106 or 108 rec; 75 hrs or cons inst req. Study of historical and contemporary economic behavior, institutions, and processes. Examination of production, distrib- ution, consumption, markets, technology, and globalization. 398.01 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP/COOP IN APPLIED SOCIOLOGY 1-6 F,S, Summer SOC 271 or equiv rec; 75 hrs or cons inst req. Max 6 hrs toward SOC maj. Max 16 hrs of all 398 towards graduation. Independent experience in applying sociology in a super- vised community work setting. Academic requirements include final paper for internship coordinator based on integrative research experience. 398.02 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP/COOP IN SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH 3 F,S SOC 271 and 275 or conc reg req; 75 hrs or cons inst req. May be repeated once. Max 16 hrs of all 398 towards graduation. Practical experience in the design, implementation, analysis, and reporting of social science research through surveys, sec- ondary data analysis, demographic analysis and program evaluation in a research project, usually in cooperation with a community agency. 398.03 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP/COMPUTING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 1-6 F,S SOC 271 or 275 or conc reg rec; 75 hrs or cons inst req. Max 16 hrs of all 398 towards graduation. Introduction to computer applications in social science disci- plines. Projects assigned using WebCT format explore the social implications of computer technology in an automated world. Practical experience in maintaining a computer lab facility and tutoring social science students. Anthropology Courses (ANT) 100 GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3 F,S ANT maj/min or cons inst req. An introduction to the principal subfields of anthropology. Surveys major concepts, methods, discoveries, and their practical applications. 101 HUMAN ORIGINS OC-SS 3 F,S Inner Core req. Overview of the origin and evolution of the human species from the natural scientific, social scientific, and selected reli- gious perspectives. 143 UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN LANGUAGE OC-SS 3 F,S Inner Core req. Also offered as ENG/FOR 143. Introduction to the disciplined study of human language as it reflects human cognition, social relations, cultural conven- tions, and speech communities. Sociology - Anthropology
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241 C A S Sociology - Anthropology 175 CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON CONTEMPORARY HUMAN PROBLEMS MC-IS 3 F,S ENG 101 or COM 110 req or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Overview of various contemporary human and global prob- lems from a cross-cultural and anthropological perspective. 181 WORLD PREHISTORY 3 F,S Survey of prehistoric human cultures from their origins to the beginning of the historic period. 185 CULTURES OF THE WORLD OC-SS 3 F,S Inner Core req. Not for cr ANT maj.
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