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SOCIOLOGY

SOCY-100 U.S. Society FA4 (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

U.S. Society FA4 (3) American pluralism and the variety of social arrangements and relationships found in the United States society. The emphasis is on how society is stratified; how organizations and institutions influence the way Americans think, talk, feel, and act; and how different groups (racial and ethnic) and divisions (gender and class) within society have differential access to power and privilege. Usually Offered: fall and spring.

SOCY-100   Course Level: Undergraduate

U.S. Society in a Global Perspective FA4 (3) This course examines how U.S. society is organized in the context of global social processes; how different groups within society have differential access to power and privilege; how organizations and institutions influence the way individuals talk, feel, act, and exercise agency; and how processes of social change happen globally and locally. Usually Offered: fall and spring.