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SOC 3000 - Self and Society

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem odd years
Sociological Social Psychology is the study of individual, group, and social behavior through analysis of the relationship between individuals and social institutions. Individuals actively create social structure while they are simultaneously shaped by it. Students will analyze how social interaction, processes, roles, and statuses are created and maintained by individuals. Students will also analyze how these same processes, roles, and statuses shape their individual behavior. Social Psychological theories and methodologies are also addressed.
Pre-requisite(s): SOC 1010  or SOC 1020 .



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