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SOSC 12200 Self, Culture, and Society

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    Dec 10, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    It will rip open all your previous thoughts and make you think about social issues from a different perspective- letting you grow in the process.

    Course highlights:

    How and where communism came from, Marx's true ideas on the thoughts of communism. He talks about a coming revolution of the poorer classes- but did you know that he wouldn't have actually approved of the Russian Revolution and Soviet Union? That's because he believed that capitalism, or the social aspect the U.S. currently is, needs to completely saturate the entire world. Every corner of the world needs to be overflowing with capital. When resources finally run out, there is no room for capital to go, so a new tangent will grow out of that: communism.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Stay on top of the reading. Don't get behind on it, because when it comes time to writing essays, you'll need to be familiar with every single example of the argument you choose in order to write an excellent paper. And teachers are tough. They won't accept fluff. You need to be VERY text-based​. Paragraph structures should go something like this: Topic sentence, quote/explanation, quote/explanation, quote/explanation, quote/explanation, tie it into your thesis, end. And they need to be extremely relevant quotes, not just something you think sounds good.

    • Fall 2017
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