SOC206 Social Problems
Applies the sociological perspective to the study of social problems, including their identification, analyses of causes and consequences, and considerations of possible solutions. Explores topics such as inequality, poverty, crime and delinquency, substance abuse, discrimination, domestic violence, the environment, global stratification, and international conflict. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide ).
Distance Education: Web Course Information
- From the Instructor:
- From the Instructor: There are no on-campus requirements for this course. There is a considerable about of reading and writing required for this course. Please consider your preferred learning styles before enrolling. TEXTS REQUIRED The Intersections Collection from Pearson Custom Sociology using Eitzen, S.D. Tiemann, McNeal, Lucal, Ender (2013) ISBN: 0558119131 (This is a custom text, you likely wont find it for sale online. However a full-version of the text can be used for this course. The full title is Social Problems by Eitzen, Zinn, and Smith. The ISBN for the current full version is: 9780205172436) IT IS OPTIONAL TO CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: Loeb Impossible will take a Little While ISBN 9780465041664 OR Eitzen Solutions to Social Problems: Lessons from State and Local Governments 9th edition ISBN 9780205578733 OR Eitzen Solutions to Social Problems: Lessons from Other Societies 5th edition ISBN 9780205698349 Supplemental readings will be made available online as PDFs.
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Instructor: Heather L Guevara
Tuition: credit Fees: $20.00
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