Participatory or direct democracy
A group or community participate collectively in making major decisions.
A collection of people who regularly interact with one another on the basis of shared expectations concerning behavior and who share a sense of common identity.
Disparity on a number of education measures between the performance of groups of students Race, gender, class, country
This class was tough.
I would recommend Introduction to Sociology because it allows you to open up and expand your thinking. You will spend time thinking outside the box and this will help you take control of what's going on in the world around you.
The highlight of this course was learning about the different cultures. I learned that what's normal to us might not be normal to them and vice versa, but you have to be open to new things.
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Advice for students:
The advice I can give about this course is to make sure you do your reading every night and ANNOTATE! Ask yourself questions and try to answer them at the end of your reading. Good luck!