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SOC-332  Contemporary Social Problems    4 Credits

Prerequisites: SSCI-201 and HUMN-201
Minimum Class Standing: Sophomore
Terms Offered: As needed
This course analyzes how and why particular issues become identified and defined as a problem in society. Cases investigated are selected from broad areas such as global interconnections, institutional crises, inequalities, and environmentalism. Competing accounts of problems are examined for what they tell us about the causes of, interconnections between and possible solutions to the identified problems.
Lecture: 4, Lab 0, Other 0