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    • SOCI-1101 Introductory Sociology
      Description

      A general introduction to the sociological perspective; including theoretical orientations; methodological approaches; the content of society and culture; the process of socialization; social institutions; and social stratification.

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    • SOCI-1160 Introduction to Social Problems
      Description

      An overview of sociological approaches to the study of recent and more enduring social problems. Topics include an analysis on global inequality, the environment, race, class, gender, and generational antagonisms, with a focus on crises experienced in economic, family, community, political, educational, criminal, health/mental health care and delivery systems and institutional areas.

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    • SOCI-2203 Introduction to Women's Studies
      Description

      This course will concentrate upon the theories and analyze the research that is of current interest to scholars in the area of women's studies.

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    • SOCI-3001 Communicating Sociology
      Description

      Provides practice in fundamental perspectives, skills and habits necessary to succeed in sociology. Communication skills will be emphasized, especially writing skills. For beginning sociology majors only.

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    • SOCI-3100 Sociology of Humor
      Description

      This course studies the humor of primarily contemporary American culture. The course demonstrates how humor gives keen insight into the character of social roles, social structure, social institutions, subcultures and other sociological categories. To determine who laughs at what and why, we analyze jokes, movies, television programs and commercials, humorous writings, standup comedy, and other ways of communicating the comic. By studying what makes us laugh, we gain insight into our society, ourselves, and our social/historical situations.

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    • SOCI-3134 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare
      Description

      This course will provide an overview of the social work profession, and of the field of social welfare, including the history, philosophy, and values of each. Students will examine the agencies and organizations which provide social welfare services, as well as the various methods, processes, and skills of social work practice.

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    • SOCI-3273 Managing Cultural Differences
      Description

      A course designed to enable students to become more competitive in their chosen career fields by developing in them an understanding of the importance of increasing global economic interdependence and the challenges of relating to people from other countries or cultures. Same as MGNT 3627.

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    • SOCI-3283 Globalization
      Description

      Examines the impact of globalization on cultural identity, assesses how economic globalization has influenced the autonomy of the nation-state, and surveys the institutional innovations that have emerged in response to increasing global interdependency.

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    • SOCI-3293 Marriage and Family
      Description

      The process of creating a marriage and family requires many personal choices in a social context that is full of individualism, economic pressure, social diversity, and decreasing marital permanence. Choosing a partner, structuring a marriage, sharing responsibilities, resolving conflict, and having children are important issues one will face throughout the life cycle of a marriage. These same issues will help structure this course.

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    • SOCI-3543 Sociology of Religion
      Description

      This course focuses on sociology of religious experience, action, organizations, movements and social change; contemporary trends, including mainline and new religions, civil religion, secularization.

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    • SOCI-3603 Sociology of Gender
      Description

      Analysis of sex-role stereotypes in an effort to determine their origin, transmission, effects, and change.

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    • SOCI-3623 Social Inequality
      Description

      Social Inequality provides an in-depth analysis of inequality in its many dimensions. Included in this course will be an analysis of classic and modern theories of social inequality and the impact of inequality on individual behavior.

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    • SOCI-3733 Social Psychology: The Sociological Tradition
      Description

      Focuses on sociology's contributions to the development of social psychology as they relate to identity, emotion, face-to-face interaction and group dynamics.

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    • SOCI-3742 Political Sociology
      Description

      This course will examine classic and contemporary research on political sociology. Students will examine the intersections of the various political systems and society, with special attention paid to power structures and social inequality.

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    • SOCI-3743 Collective Behavior and Social Movements
      Description

      Collective behavior refers to behavior ranging from fads and rumors to panics and disasters. Social movement behavior refers to behaviors associated with more formal organizations established to achieve a goal of social change

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    • SOCI-3804 Death, Grief and Caring
      Description

      This course requires an exploration into the emotional and sociological aspects of loss, grief, dying and death--from the perspectives of the individual, the society, and the culture. This is done through lectures, guest speakers, exercises, and writing daily in a personal journal.

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    • SOCI-3943 American Class System
      Description

      Analysis of the contemporary class system in the U.S. Attention to theoretical perspectives, the history of inequality, and social mobility will be included.

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    • SOCI-3954 Aging: Past, Present, and Future
      Description

      A theory and survey course designed to provide the student with a background in the issues facing individuals as they age. Instruction offers theory, survey of field of aging and discussion.

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    • SOCI-3983 Directed Sociology Research
      Description

      This course provides students the opportunity to engage in faculty-directed research by working on an independent project or by working as an assistant to a faculty member. May be taken twice for credit toward the degree.

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    • SOCI-4000 Research Methodology
      Description

      An introduction to the logic and procedures of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Focuses on research design, use of computer and statistical packages, data interpretation, the relation of research and theory, and the writing of scientific research reports.

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    • SOCI-4003 Applied Statistics for Sociology
      Description

      Introduction to statistical methods used in the analysis of quantitative social science data. This course focuses on applying common statistical techniques to real-world problems. Students will also gain experience explaining statistical analysis to both technical and non-technical audiences. Pre-requisite: SOCI 1101

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    • SOCI-4015 Analyzing & Visualizing Data
      Description

      Students gain experience using a variety of software applications to create charts, graphs, and other visual presentations of social science data in order to communicate complex quantitative information to non-specialists. Pre-Requisite: SOCI 4003

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    • SOCI-4053 Sociological Theory
      Description

      Examines the contributions of major classical and contemporary sociological thinkers and schools of thought and the contexts in which they developed, with a special emphasis on applying their ideas to the analysis of various social issues. Course begins with selected classical thinkers but emphasizes current perspectives and developments.

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    • SOCI-4103 Women and Work
      Description

      A course designed to familiarize students with the history of women and work, the present role of women in the workplace, and current issues affecting working women; and to develop in student skills and strategies for dealing with issues related to women and work. Same as MGNT 4626.

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    • SOCI-4203 Women in American Society
      Description

      An analysis of gender, focusing primarily upon women in the United States. A range of topics and themes necessary to understand American women's statuses, roles, and experiences will be addressed.

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    • SOCI-4300 Housing and Homelessness
      Description

      Sociological examination of the places in which we live, how we are housed, and what it is like to live without a place to call home. The focus is housing development in the United States throughout the twentieth century with special attention to its association with economic, gender, race, and family relations, along with public policy. Consideration is given to problems and controversies surrounding 'the American dream': segregation, overcrowding, affordability, urbanization/suburbanization, accessibility, and alternative housing. Special attention will be given to the problem of homelessness.

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    • SOCI-4323 Cultural and Racial Minorities
      Description

      Comparative study of racial and ethnic groups in America. The disciplinary base of this approach is sociological, but observations and interpretations from different perspectives will be examined. Special attention will be given to the nature of prejudice, discrimination, and equality as related to historical, cultural and structural patterns in American society. Topics include: ethnocentrism and racism; interracial violence; theories of prejudice and discrimination; immigration and immigrant experiences; the origins and nature of racial/ethnic stratification; ideologies and programs to assist or resist change. African American experiences are emphasized and contrasted with those of other racial/ethnic groups.

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    • SOCI-4325 Social Change in the Middle East
      Description

      Surveys the physical and cultural geography of the Middle East and examines the most important social, cultural and political forces to have impacted the region in the 20th century.

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    • SOCI-4333 Urban Sociology
      Description

      The demography, ecology, and social organization of American cities and sociological aspects of urban planning and development. Problems of contemporary American and Global cities.

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    • SOCI-4373 Visual Sociology
      Description

      A qualitative research course focusing on the interpretation and analysis of photographic and other static images as a means for studying and critiquing social life. Student photographic projects are a major component of course work. Technical photographic skills not necessary. Course combines ethnographic research and critical sociology to develop visual literacy skills.

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    • SOCI-4386 Internship
      Description

      The internship provides students an opportunity to gain supervised work experience in an agency in their major area of study.

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    • SOCI-4440 Sociology of Medicine
      Description

      This course includes the sociological study of physical health and illness, therapy, rehabilitation and the organization of health care systems. It will examine help-seeking behaviors, utilization of health care services, issues of bioethics, and health care service provider roles, as well as race, class and gender stratification within the health care system.

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    • SOCI-4441 Sociology of Mental Health
      Description

      This course presents a sociological introduction to the conceptualization and subsequent treatment of mental illness.

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    • SOCI-4445 Sociology of Youth
      Description

      This course will examine the influence of societal structure in the social construction of youth and the sociological theoretical framework for the study of youth. Students will be introduced to the complexity and diversity of sociological issues related to childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood.

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    • SOCI-4543 Deviant and Alternative Behavior
      Description

      Analysis and evaluation of sociological conceptions and research on deviant and unconventional thought and action. Focuses on contemporary, multicultural society.

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    • SOCI-4613 Qualitative Research
      Description

      An alternative to quantitative sociology. Focuses on the interpretive tradition within sociology where the meanings individuals construct for their social worlds are the topic of analysis. Same as CRIM 4613.

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    • SOCI-4623 Art, Media, Cultural Politics
      Description

      The study of various sociological interpretations of what art is, how it is produced, disseminated, and utilized, and how it organizes, produces, and transforms the life of a society and its members, particularly in a media oriented culture. Special attention given to the role of art and artists in cultural politics.

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    • SOCI-4700 Sociology of Emotions
      Description

      Examines the ways in which feelings and emotions are socially and culturally produced, defined, and learned, the ways they are embedded in and emblematic of society, and the consequences of the social construction of emotions for self identity, gender, race and ethnicity, aging, health and illness, inequality, power, work, deviance, ethics, law, etc.

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    • SOCI-4734 Social Work Skills
      Description

      This course is intended to: 1) help students learn the complexity and diversity of social work practice; and 2) help students learn the basic skills necessary to carry out social casework and social group work. Students must come to class prepared to participate in individual and/or group exercises designed to develop these skills.

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    • SOCI-4803 Environmental Sociology
      Description

      Studies how societal practices and organization produce varying types of ecological degradation. Analyzes various forms of environmental activism. Analyzes selected cases and issues as well as a critical examination and comparison of various sociological viewpoints themselves. Considers global problems and everyday situations with a focus on modernity as risk society.

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    • SOCI-4915 Violence Against Women
      Description

      This seminar explores the intersections of gender and violence. We shall analyze dynamics between men/boys and women/girls and situate them within the context of US society and culture. Our aim is to understand their origins, forms and effects and to identify changes that can be made to reduce and prevent their occurrence.

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    • SOCI-4916 Gender and Work
      Description

      This seminar explores the intersections of gender and work. The work we do and are expected to do are influenced in large part by our sex and gender. This course will examine how gender influences our ideas of work, how it affects the ways in which work is structured, how work is divided, how work is rewarded, and how work and family compete in a contemporary society. Special attention will be paid to occupational segregation (both horizontal and vertical), wage inequality, and articles, discussion, films, and other media to meet the objectives.

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    • SOCI-4981 Directed Readings
      Description

      Title and description of the type of independent study to be offered will be specified on the variable credit form at time of registration. May be repeated at least three times for credit.

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    • SOCI-4983 Senior Thesis
      Description

      This course gives senior sociology majors the opportunity to conduct significant, independent, empirical research under the supervision of a faculty thesis director. Students are required to make an oral and written presentation of their research. May be taken twice for credit toward the degree. Instructor approval required.

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    • SOCI-4999 Special Seminars
      Description

      Detailed study of topics not currently included in course catalog. Specific titles will be announced for semester offered and will be entered on transcripts. Repeatable under different titles.

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  • Masters
    • SOCI-5000 Research Methodology
      Description

      An introduction to the logic and the procedures of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Focuses on research design, use of computer and statistical packages, data interpretation, the relation of research and theory, and the writing of scientific research reports.

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    • SOCI-5003 Applied Statistics for Sociology
      Description

      Introduction to statistical methods used in the analysis of quantitative social science data. This course focuses on applying common statistical techniques to real-world problems. Students will also gain experience explaining statistical analyses to both technical and non-technical audiences. Instructor Permission required.

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    • SOCI-5053 Sociological Theory
      Description

      Examines the contributions of major classical and contemporary sociological thinkers and schools of thought and the contexts in which they developed, with a special emphasis on applying their ideas to the analysis of various social issues. Course begins with selected classical thinkers but emphasis current perspectives and developments.

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    • SOCI-5103 Women and Work
      Description

      A course designed to familiarize students with the history of women and work, the present role of women in the workplace, and current issues affecting working women; and to develop in student skills and strategies for dealing with issues related to women and work. Same as MGNT 5626.

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    • SOCI-5300 Housing and Homelessness
      Description

      Sociological examination of the places in which we live, how we are housed, and what it is like to live without a place to call home. The focus is housing development in the United States throughout the twentieth century with special attention to its association with economic, gender, race, and family relations, along with public policy. Consideration is given to problems and controversies surrounding 'the American dream': segregation, overcrowding, affordability, urbanization/suburbanization, accessibility, and alternative housing. Special attention will be given to the problem of homelessness.

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    • SOCI-5323 Cultural and Racial Minorities
      Description

      Comparative study of racial and ethnic groups in America. The disciplinary base of this approach is sociological, but observations and interpretations from different perspectives will be examined. Special attention will be given to the nature of prejudice, discrimination, and inequality as related to historical, cultural and structural patterns in American society. Topics include: ethnocentrism and racism; interracial violence; theories of prejudice and discrimination; immigration and immigrant experiences; the origins and nature of racial/ethnic stratification; ideologies and programs to assist or resist change. African American experiences are emphasized and contrasted with those of other racial/ethnic groups.

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    • SOCI-5373 Visual Sociology
      Description

      A qualitative research course focusing on the interpretation and analysis of photographic and other static images as a means for studying and critiquing social life. Student photographic projects a major component of course work. Technical photographic skills not necessary. Course combines ethnographic research and critical sociology to develop visual literacy skills.

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    • SOCI-5441 Sociology of Mental Health and Illness
      Description

      This course is designed to encourage critical sociological analysis of the conceptualization and subsequent treatment of mental illness.

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    • SOCI-5445 Sociology of Childhood
      Description

      This course will examine the influence of societal structure in the socialization of children and the sociological theoretical framework for the study of childhood. Students will be introduced to the complexity and the diversity of sociological issues related to children, this includes family, parenting, school and other socialization issues.

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    • SOCI-5503 Individual and Society
      Description

      A study of the social character of individual experience. Comparative sociohistorical and cultural analyses of the social nature of psychological phenomena and human meanings as they are constructed by individuals in the process of interaction. Comparisons of classic and modern sociological theories on communicative actions, social organization, and the language-mediated nature of human consciousness and sociality. Application of these sociological models to selected social issues and problems.

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    • SOCI-5543 Deviant and Alternative Behavior
      Description

      Analysis and evaluation of sociological conceptions and research on deviant and unconventional thought and action. Focuses on contemporary, multicultural society.

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    • SOCI-5700 Sociology of Emotions
      Description

      Examines the ways in which feelings and emotions are socially and culturally produced, defined, and learned, the ways they are embedded in and emblematic of society, and the consequences of the social construction of emotions for self identity, gender, race and ethnicity, aging, health and illness, inequality, power, work, deviance, ethics, law, etc

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    • SOCI-5734 Social Work Skills
      Description

      This course is intended to: 1) help students learn the complexity and diversity of social work practice; and 2) help students learn the basic skills necessary to carry out social casework and social group work. A major part of class time will be devoted to practicing skills in group and individual exercises. Graduate students will be expected to assume leadership roles.

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    • SOCI-5803 Environmental Sociology
      Description

      Studies how societal practices and organization produce varying types of ecological degradation. Analyzes various forms of environmental activism. Analyzes selected cases and issues as well as a critical examination and comparison of various sociological viewpoints themselves. Considers global problems and everyday situations with a focus on modernity as risk society.

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    • SOCI-5981 Directed Readings
      Description

      Title and description of the type of independent study to be offered will be specified on the variable credit form students must complete before being permitted to register for this class. Transcripts carry different nomenclature to indicate the topic taught.

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    • SOCI-6000 Orientation
      Description

      The goal of this course is to equip incoming graduate students with the necessary tools to successfully complete the program. Topics to be addressed include course requirements, professional development, plan of study and thesis preparation.

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    • SOCI-6003 Advanced Statistics for Sociology
      Description

      Graduate-level statistics course, covering hypothesis testing, measures of association, and linear and logistic regression. Pre-Requisite: either SOCI 4003, SOCI 5003, or an equivalent undergraduate statistics course

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    • SOCI-6013 Social Research
      Description

      Social research examines the process of sociological research, with a specific focus upon designing and conducting quantitative research and writing empirical research reports. Students will learn how to evaluate quantitative research published in academic journals, and spend some time discussing the procedural stages for completing a thesis or a position paper.

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    • SOCI-6015 Managing Data
      Description

      This course teaches students to build and manage databases using SPSS. An emphasis is placed on working with large national data sets that are available through the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research database. Advanced data analysis techniques will also be examined.

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    • SOCI-6182 Special Seminars
      Description

      Title and description of the instruction to be offered will be specified on a variable credit form. The variable credit form must be completed before a student will be allowed to register for this course. Transcript entries carry different nomenclature to correspond with material taught. May be repeated on different content at least two times for credit.

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    • SOCI-6201 Group Dynamics
      Description

      This course will combine the theories of group dynamics with interactive classroom exercises to build skills in group leadership and participation. Students will assess their own personal interaction style, examine how their individual styles manifest in a group situation to produce predictable patterns of interaction, learn more effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills, learn more effective problem-solving and conflict management techniques, learn basic group leadership skills, and learn ways to create and maintain effective work groups.

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    • SOCI-6222 Conflict Resolution
      Description

      This course covers a broad range of activities aimed at resolving differences in effective, but non-violent ways. This class will include coverage of negotiation, mediation, and arbitration as ways of developing peaceful agreements. Special emphasis will be given to conflict resolution issues of the criminal justice system such as hostage negotiations.

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    • SOCI-6255 Delinquency, Family, and the Community
      Description

      This course will examine juvenile crime within a larger social context, exploring the positive and negative contributions of the individual, the family, peer, schools, and the larger community. Intervention strategies will be assessed, and a model will be presented for a community action that can reduce/prevent juvenile crime.

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    • SOCI-6266 Perspectives on Violence
      Description

      This course looks at the problem of violence from an interdisciplinary perspective. It is designed to allow the student to become familiar with the social, psychological, biological, and public policy issues that surround this social problem. Particular attention will be paid to issues of domestic violence, gangs, and suicide.

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    • SOCI-6275 Planning and Evaluation
      Description

      This course provides the application of social research methods to determine program/policy effectiveness. Students will learn skills in process and outcome evaluation, and how to utilize evaluation findings for future planning.

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    • SOCI-6280 Seminar in Social Justice
      Description

      This course offers an opportunity to explore a number of areas, which may be defined within the broad heading of justice. It takes a realistic and critical look at the legal, social, psychological, and political effects the 'justice system' on people and their cities. Students will be asked to analyze these effects from the perspective of what is 'just' or 'unjust' - and what we can do about it.

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    • SOCI-6286 Internship
      Description

      Students will be placed in an agency compatible with their area of concentration to gain applied experience prior to graduation.

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    • SOCI-6305 Advanced Sociological Theory
      Description

      Highlights theory as applied practice. Selected aspects of postmodernist, Frankfurt School critical theory, critical and conflict sociology, and feminist theories are used to analyze and critique selected contemporary issues (e.g., identity, body, media, ethics, aging, law, gender, art, etc) as well as selected issues within the discipline of sociology itself.

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    • SOCI-6363 Sociology of the Family
      Description

      This course will concentrate upon the theories and critically analyze the research that is of interest to scholars in the area of family studies. Contemporary issues facing the American family will be explored.

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    • SOCI-6400 Body and Society
      Description

      Analyzes the emerging centrality of the body and embodied experience in contemporary sociology. Focuses on the practices which produce the varying social significances of the body, the processes of control and regulation, and the ways these are embodied, reproduced, and resisted. Possible topics include emotion, health, childhood, aging, diet, punishment, gender and sexuality, desire and eroticism, consumption, media, art, cultural politics, race and ethnicity, class, education, leisure, technology, ethics and law, and others.

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    • SOCI-6613 Qualitative Research
      Description

      An in-depth exploration of the logic, approaches, techniques, and issues in qualitative sociological research. Qualitative program evaluation and activist research are considered along with basic research.

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    • SOCI-6623 Inequality in Society
      Description

      An examination of inequality within the American society. A focus will be placed upon classical and contemporary social theories and the various dimensions and consequences of stratification.

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    • SOCI-6660 Institutional Ethnography
      Description

      Examination of institutional ethnography, a way of exploring the particular and generalized social relations that shape people's everyday experiences.

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    • SOCI-6700 Social Movements, Protest and Change
      Description

      The history of social change from the classical perspective to contemporary theories. Collective behavior and social movement theory will be explored. Attention will be given to who participates in movements, movement strategies and tactics, and movement outcomes. Several movements from American History will be explored including the civil rights movement, the women's movement, the worker's movement, the gay and lesbian movement, and the environmental movement.

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    • SOCI-6782 Comprehensive Exam Preparation
      Description

      Directed study of sociological readings leading to the comprehensive exam. Students should enroll in this course t same semester that the comprehensive exam will be taken.

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    • SOCI-6803 Seminar in Social Psychology
      Description

      To explore the sociological relevance of selected areas within social psychology such as group dynamics, leadership, collective behavior and symbolic interaction.

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    • SOCI-6882 Thesis Preparation
      Description

      Directed individual guidance in the steps leading to the completion of a thesis research proposal and the beginning of thesis research. Areas covered may include selection of a topic, literature review, formation of research questions, selecting research methods, protection of human subjects.

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    • SOCI-6982 Directed Study
      Description

      In-depth individualized research on specific sociological issues and problems using relevant and timely academic publications.

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    • SOCI-6983 Continuing Research
      Description

      Must be taken by those who are finishing course work to remove an incomplete while not enrolled for other courses or those who are not enrolled for thesis hours but are completing thesis or position paper.

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    • SOCI-6999 Thesis
      Description

      Thesis. May be repeated for credit.

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