SOC 103 How Society Works

This course provides an introduction to some of the major issues in sociology. It examines how societies come into existence, how they are organized and maintained, and how they change. The major sociological perspectives are used to understand the relationship between culture, institutions and social behaviour; the process of socialization; globalization and the political-economic structure of Canadian society; and the resulting social inequalities of class, race and gender. SOC 103 is not available for credit to students who choose SOC 11A/B or SOC111 or SOC112, SOC104, or SOC 105, or SOC 107. LL Lect: 3 hrs. Antirequisites: SOC 11B, SOC 104, SOC 105, SOC 111, Restriction: UP001, EC001, EC003, NU001, NU002, NU003, CY001, CY002 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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