Oct 16, 2019  
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SOC 2010 - Global Social Problems

Credits: 3
This course examines contemporary problems in a global context such as poverty, social inequality, crime, religious and ethnic conflict, resource availability, population pressure and the spread of infectious diseases. Attention will be given to the current state of social institutions and the nature of social change while exploring how social problems are defined and perceived by various groups as matters of public and global concern. This course will integrate many social themes and will critically analyze attempts to resolve problems using the methodologies of social science and a range of theoretical perspectives.

Prerequisites: Students must meet basic skills policy requirements. No other course prerequisites required.


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