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Sociology (SLGY)

Introduction to Sociology. (3-3-0)
An examination of cultural origins, the social process, and group behavior in relation to the individual and institutions.
Social Problems. (3-3-0)
Social problems of modern life with particular attention to crime and delinquency, substance abuse, family issues, health issues, and social reform.
Marriage and Family Living. (3-3-0)
Significant factors for dating, successful marriage, martial adjustment, and family living.
Race, Class & Ethnicity. (3-3-0)
The study of subcultural differences between males and females and between various racial and ethnic groups, of the transmission of cultural differences from generation to generation, and of the perpetuation of class, gender, and racial differences.

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