7100 - Sociology 1 - Class Information

Introduction to Sociology

Fall B 2010

3 Units, (UC: CSU)

Develops the sociological perspective that behavior is determined largely by human interactions and membership in groups. The main elements of sociological analysis are presented, emphasizing social organization, culture, socialization, social stratification, and population. These elements are applied to topics such as crime and delinquency.

Prerequisites: None.

Instructor

Melanie C. Klein, M.A.
Email: melmelklein@cs.com
Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:00 - 8:00 PM
(818) 364-7600, ext. 7152



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Textbooks

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Video

The Way We Live

An introductory course designed to acquaint students with the major principles of sociology as they are applied to contemporary social problems.

Where to Watch Videos

 

Online Course Website

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