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  • INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY COURSE


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  • An Introduction to Sociology


  • An Introduction to Sociology - Final Assessment


    This is the final assessment for An Introduction to Sociology. (Available when you subscribe.)

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      • Sociological Research


        2.1. Approaches to Sociological Research
        2.2. Research Methods
        2.3. Ethical Concerns
        Final Assessment

        • Culture


          3.1. What Is Culture?
          3.2. Elements of Culture
          3.3. Pop Culture, Subculture, and Cultural Change
          3.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Culture
          Final Assessment

          • Society and Social Interaction


            4.1. Types of Societies
            4.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Society
            4.3. Social Constructions of Reality
            Final Assessment


            • Socialization


              5.1. Theories of Self-Development
              5.2. Why Socialization Matters
              5.3. Agents of Socialization
              5.4. Socialization Across the Life Course
              Final Assessment

              • Groups and Organization

                6.1. Types of Groups
                6.2. Group Size and Structure
                6.3. Formal Organizations
                Final Assessment



                • Deviance, Crime, and Social Control


                  7.1. Deviance and Control
                  7.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Deviance
                  7.3. Crime and the Law
                  Final Assessment

                  • Media and Technology


                    8.1. Technology Today
                    8.2. Media and Technology in Society
                    8.3. Global Implications of Media and Technology
                    8.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Media and Technology
                    Final Assessment


                    • Social Stratification in the United States


                      9.1. What Is Social Stratification?
                      9.2. Social Stratification and Mobility in the United States
                      9.3. Global Stratification and Inequality
                      9.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Social Stratification
                      Final Assessment


                      • Global Inequality


                        10.1. Global Stratification and Classification
                        10.2. Global Wealth and Poverty
                        10.3. Theoretical Perspectives on Global Stratification
                        Final Assessment

                        • Race and Ethnicity


                          11.1. Racial, Ethnic, and Minority Groups
                          11.2. Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination
                          11.3. Theories of Race and Ethnicity
                          11.4. Intergroup Relationships
                          11.5. Race and Ethnicity in the United States
                          Final Assessment


                          • Gender, Sex, and Sexuality


                            12.1. Sex and Gender
                            12.2. Gender
                            12.3. Sex and Sexuality
                            Final Assessment


                            • Aging and the Elderly


                              13.1. Who Are the Elderly? Aging in Society
                              13.2. The Process of Aging
                              13.3. Challenges Facing the Elderly
                              13.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Aging
                              Final Assessment


                              • Marriage and Family


                                14.1. What Is Marriage? What Is a Family?
                                14.2. Variations in Family Life
                                14.3. Challenges Families Face
                                Final Assessment


                                • Religion


                                  15.1. The Sociological Approach to Religion
                                  15.2. World Religions
                                  15.3. Religion in the United States
                                  Final Assessment

                                  • Education


                                    16.1. Education around the World
                                    16.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Education
                                    16.3. Issues in Education
                                    Final Assessment

                                    • Government and Politics


                                      17.1. Power and Authority
                                      17.2. Forms of Government
                                      17.3. Politics in the United States
                                      17.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Government and Power
                                      Final Assessment


                                      • Work and the Economy


                                        18.1. Economic Systems
                                        18.2. Globalization and the Economy
                                        18.3. Work in the United States
                                        Final Assessment

                                        • Health and Medicine


                                          19.1. The Social Construction of Health
                                          19.2. Global Health
                                          19.3. Health in the United States
                                          19.4. Comparative Health and Medicine
                                          19.5. Theoretical Perspectives on Health and Medicine
                                          Final Assessment


                                          • Population, Urbanization, and the Environment


                                            20.1. Demography and Population
                                            20.2. Urbanization
                                            20.3. The Environment and Society
                                            Final Assessment


                                            • Social Movements and Social Change


                                              21.1. Collective Behavior
                                              21.2. Social Movements
                                              21.3. Social Change
                                              Final Assessment


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