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SOC 111

The Social World I

This course introduces students to the sociological imagination and the different sociological frameworks and methods of research used to understand the social world and our place within it. It explores the regular patterned behaviours of everyday life, how they are developed, maintained and changed throughout history. Emphasis is placed upon an in-depth examination of Canada's social, cultural, economic and political processes within the broader context of globalization and power. (SOC 111 and SOC 112 are equivalent to SOC 11A/B).
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1






SOC 11A/B, SOC103, SOC 104, SOC 105

Custom Requisites

Available only to Social Work students

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