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SOCI 201 Introduction to Sociology

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    PEREZ, Nigg, Wachtendorf, ANTONIARANDOLPH, Dr.JoelBest, Michalec, LynnLetukas, KevinRalston, AlanHorowitz, Unknown, BarretAndrewMichalec, J.Davidson, VICTORPEREZ, Wachtendorf,T, Coughenour,J, Emma Jean Joseph
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    Oct 16, 2017
    | No strong feelings either way.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    While the course seems like it could be incredibly interesting and provide students with a better understanding of sociological concepts and how society works [as it does], the professor has a strong tendency to get distracted and spend a lot of time talking about things that are not significant. It's like an AP course, you read the material and basically teach yourself.

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    While the information was kind of interesting, to me at least, the best part was how she talked about things in relation to today. Whether she brought up the president, sexual identity, marriage, or even memes; something was learned. Not to mention, we taught her a lot as well!

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    0-2 hours

    Advice for students:

    Read the chapters and review the tables. This is the best way to understand the information! And make sure you apply what she says in class. Most of the time, her exams are split, so definitely read the assigned articles and understand the key points!

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