This professor is making this course more difficult than she made her previous courses. I took this course because I thought I would get a good grade and now this course is lowering my average. Don\'t take this course as an elective.
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An examination of the basic processes that shape social life. Provides an introduction to such areas of study as socialization, culture, social institutions, social stratification, race and ethnicity, gender, politics, education and social change. The aim is to encourage students to engage in critical analysis of society, and to provide them with some of the sociological perspectives and approaches required to achieve this end. Some sections focus on special topics: Hall, "Community and Alienation"; McNamara, "Global Society." Credits: 3 Prerequisites: None