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Topics: Sociology, Final examination, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Pages: 3 (1209 words) Published: September 7, 2014
Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2113/Online
Pearl River Community College
Summer 2014
Aaryn Purvis, Ph.D.
Pearl River Community College Office: Forrest County Center Email: apurvis@prcc.edu Office Phone: TBA
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College Mission Statement: Pearl River Community College is a public institution committed to providing quality educational and service opportunities for all who seek them.

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Course Description: This is an introductory course designed to give a general overview of the perspectives, concepts, and methodology of sociology. Students will be encouraged to think critically about social life. Three semester hours credit.

Course Goals and Objectives: The course goals and objectives will be met if, upon completion, the student is conversant with the following important aspects of Sociology: the Sociological Perspective, Culture, Socialization, Social Structure and Social Interaction, Social Groups and Formal Organizations, Deviance and Social Control, Global Stratification, Social Class in the United States, Inequities of Race and Ethnicity, Inequalities of Gender and Age,...
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