Sociology

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SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 Units [Recommended Preparation: RDG 158 or the equivalent skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent.] Examines the central concepts and perspectives of sociology. Includes the basics of sociological theory, socialization, culture, groups and organizations, the mass media, deviance and social control, social stratification, racial and ethnic inequality, family, religion, education, government, the economy, the environment, population, health, social movements, and social change. [D; CSU; UC; C-ID SOCI 110]
SOC 101 Sections Offered
Cls No. Crs/Sect No. Time Days Room Instructor #Weeks #Seats
85459 SOC 101 70 08:30AM-09:50AM MW 7201A Franck,Robin 17 6*
HIGHER ED CENTER, NATIONAL CITY - DAY Begins: 2/3/2014 Ends: 5/30/2014 *Open seats as of Friday, April 11, 2014 8:14 AM
85460 SOC 101 76 06:00PM-09:05PM TTH 7201A Fargo,Robert 9 15*
HIGHER ED CENTER, NATIONAL CITY - EVENING Begins: 3/24/2014 Ends: 5/21/2014 *Open seats as of Friday, April 11, 2014 8:14 AM
SOC 110 CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3 Units [Recommended Preparation: SOC 101 or equivalent; RDG 158 or the equivalent skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent.] Examines various contemporary social problems from multiple perspectives with an emphasis on their causes and possible solutions. Covers topics such as substance abuse, crime, poverty, racism, sexism, ageism, unemployment, education, healthcare, terrorism, and environmental destruction. [D; CSU; UC] [EFFECTIVE FALL 2014: DESCRIPTION. Examines contemporary social problems, with emphasis on overarching causes and consequences. Includes topics such as crime, poverty, inequality, government, politics, the family, education, the environment, and warfare. Evaluates the role of power structures and dominant ideology in the construction of these social problems as well as possible interventions and solutions. [D; CSU; UC]]
SOC 110 Sections Offered
Cls No. Crs/Sect No. Time Days Room Instructor #Weeks #Seats
85469 SOC 110 70 10:30AM-11:55AM TTH 7211 Cardona Gerena,Israel 17 20*
HIGHER ED CENTER, NATIONAL CITY - DAY Begins: 2/3/2014 Ends: 5/30/2014 *Open seats as of Friday, April 11, 2014 8:14 AM

Total Courses: 2 Total Sections: 3
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