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SOC 1: Introduction to Sociology
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Professors: Mashayekhi, M
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SOC 001: Introduction to Sociology
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Professors: Eglitis, D; Grant, K; Mashayekhi, M; (more)
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SOC 3: Introduction to Criminal Justice (Intro to Criminal Justice)
An introduction to the study of criminal justice. The historical development of criminal justice and its evolution into modern legal systems. The impact of different forms of criminal justice on society and the individual. (Fall)
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SOC 3: Intro to Criminal Justice
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SOC 3: Introduction to Criminal Justice
An introduction to the study of criminal justice. The historical development of criminal justice and its evolution into modern legal systems. The impact of different forms of criminal justice on society and the individual.    (Fall)
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SOC 003: Intro to Criminal Justice
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Professors: Buntman, F; Chambliss, W; Lemieux, F; (more)
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SOC 101: Social Research Methods
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Professors: Ishizawa, H; Torres, L; Williams, E
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SOC 102: Techniques of Data Analysis
Continuation of Soc 101. Examination of a range of topics in the statistical analysis of sociological data, with a strong emphasis on computer applications. Prerequisite: Soc 101.    (Spring)
Professors: Ishizawa, H; Williams, E
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SOC 103: Classical Sociological Theory
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Professors: Brantley, J; J Marshall; Lengermann, P; (more)
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SOC 104: Contemporary Sociological Theory (Contemporary Sociologcl Theory)
A systematic study of the work of selected social theories of the post–World War II era. Emphasis on Parsons, Merton, Mills, Giddens, Smith, Blumer, Goffman, Berger, Gramsci, Beauvoir, Wallerstein, Foucault, and Butler.    (Spring)
Professors: J Marshall
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