Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The content of the course is very interesting. It challenges your beliefs and set ways of thinking and forces you to consider different interpretations of what social deviance actually is. While there are slides on the information covered, a lot of what if on the exams is what Prof Ely says in class and not necessarily on the slides so it's definitely not a class you can skip and catch up on by reading the slides later. I'd say if you pay attention in class and take good notes, you would do very well
HIghlights would be in class discussions where we would tackle a certain kind of deviance and dissect it. We'd go in depth into what types of behaviors fall into certain categories and what doesn't. Class discussions were definitely where you learned the most because you got to hear what others thought and how your own opinions compare
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Advice for students:
Take notes. You're really going to need to pay attention in class if you want to do well.