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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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SOC 205 - Social Problems

Examines a range of social conditions, arrangements, and behaviors typically defined as problems in modern society. Applies sociological analysis to understand how problems arise from the organization of society, and the processes by which conditions become identified as social problems, and how ideology and power shape responses to social problems. Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Foundation. Fulfills U.S. Diversity requirement. Offered every semester.

Credits: 3

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