Credits:
Term: On Demand
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Course Description:

Human beings are complex creatures; however, when they interact and begin to form relationships and societies, things become even more complicated. Are we more likely to act differently in a group than we will when we’re alone? How do we learn how to be “human”? Sometimes it can feel as if there are more questions than answers. Sociology I: The Study of Human Relationships seeks to answer these questions and many more as it explores culture, group behavior, and societal institutions and how they affect human behavior. You’ll learn how social beliefs form and how this shapes our lives. How does this happen? Join us and find out.



Topics & Concepts:
  • Unit 1: An Invitation to the World of Sociology
  • Unit 2: Culture
  • Unit 3: Socialization
  • Unit 4: Social Structure & Group Behavior
  • Unit 5: Deviance & Crime
  • Unit 6: Social Stratification & Class
  • Unit 7: Inequalities of Race & Ethnicity
  • Unit 8: Gender


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