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    • BIBL4911/SOCI 1211: Biblical Archaeology/Archaeology of Israel 

      Katz, Jill (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      This course will present an overview of the archaeological data (including texts) from the Land of Israel during the biblical period. We will examine general Canaanite culture and learn to identify the cultural distinctions ...
    • Criminology - 14101 - SOCI 1158 - D1 

      Langer, Sidney (2021-09)
      The study of delinquent and criminal behavior; theories of criminality; extent and patterns of criminality; behavior systems in crime; an overview of societal response to crime, including the police, courts and prisons; ...
    • Cultural Anthropology - 15072 - SOCI 1204 - J 

      Katz, Jill C. (2021-09)
      Course Prospectus: This course is designed to provide a survey of current information and debate in cultural anthropology. We will learn about the world’s cultures by looking at ethnographic examples of increasing size and ...
    • Epidemiology SOCI 1236 / PUB 1236 

      Kimmel, Daniel M. (2021-01)
      Overview: Epidemiology Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health and disease in human populations. In recent years, the epidemiological approach has been used to address a wide range of ...
    • HIST 2821/SOCI 1206 Introduction to Archaeology: A Survey of World Prehistory 

      Katz, Jill C. (2021-01)
      Course Prospectus: This course is an introduction to world prehistory, with an emphasis on the rise of social and political complexity. We begin with the cultural remains of nomadic peoples of the Upper Paleolithic. We ...
    • Introduction to Sociology - 13643 - SOC 1001 - 341 

      Kimmel, Daniel (2021-09)
      Overview What is sociology? The answer depends on who you ask. Even founders of the discipline did not typically agree: Emile Durkheim said that sociology is the objective, scientific study of social facts as things, much ...
    • Introduction to Sociology - 13890 - SOCI 1001 - C 

      Langer, Sidney (2021-09)
      Introduction to basic concepts, theories, methods, and findings of sociology; forms of social life: interaction, groups, organizations, and societies; socialization; inequality; social institutions. 3.000 Credit hours
    • Introduction to Sociology - 15071 - SOCI 1001H - D1 

      Hauser, Orlee (2021-09)
      Course Description: This course introduces students to the basic concepts of sociology: Culture, socialization, social Stratification, multiculturalism, and the five institutions including family, government, economics, ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001 - B 

      Shvetsov, Dina (2021-01)
      Overview This course is an introduction into the field of Sociology and requires no prior knowledge of the subject. The aims of the course are threefold: it seeks to introduce students to the idea of what society is and ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001-D1 

      Langer, Sidney (2021-01)
      Introduction to sociology: Perspective, theory, and method.
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001-K 

      Hauser, Orlee (2021-01)
      Course Description: This courses introduces students to the basic concepts of sociology: Culture, socialization, social stratification, multiculturalism, and the five institutions including family, government, economics, ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001H - C 

      Shvetsov, Dina (2021-01)
      This course is an introduction into the field of Sociology and requires no prior knowledge of the subject. The aims of the course are threefold: it seeks to introduce students to the idea of what society is and how it ...
    • POLI 2160 / SOC 1436 Social Movements and Political Change 

      Luders, Joseph E. (2021-01)
      “Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor… it must be demanded by the oppressed.” As this quotation from Martin Luther King Jr. implies, citizens must sometimes resort to protests, strikes, sit-ins, strikes, and ...
    • PSYC 3105; SOCI 4925 Social Psychology 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-01)
      Course Description and Objectives: This course will provide students with an in-depth examination of social psychology. We will employ a cross-cultural perspective in our coverage of mainstream topics in social psychology. ...
    • PSYC 3610; PUB 3610; SOCI 1233 Public Health 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-09)
      This course provides an introduction to fundamental concepts in public health including epidemiology, psychological and sociocultural contexts of health, health promotion and health disparities, the U.S. healthcare system, ...
    • Self and Society - 15410 - SOCI 1831 - F 

      Hauser, Orlee (2021-09)
      This course aims to create a better understanding of how our social environment impacts the way that we think and feel. Using sociological imagination, we will examine social interactions, attitudes, emotions and self-identity. ...
    • SOC 1236: Epidemiology 

      Purcell, Donrie J. (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      Course Description: The study of epidemiology teaches the methods, ethics, and applications of the scientific method. It provides a vehicle for rigorously linking the concerns of the natural and social sciences, thus ...
    • SOCI 1504: Methods of Social Research 

      Castellon, Ignacia (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course introduces how social science collect and analyze data. We will examine various methods of research, including surveys, in-depth interviews, participant observation, ethnography and the ...
    • SOCI 1950 : Sociology of Food 

      Katz, Jill (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      Course Objectives • To present a thorough introduction to the sociology of food • To equip students with the ability to and think critically about contemporary food topics o Food's role in socialization, identity, health, ...
    • Social Psychology - 13909 - PSYC 3105 - D1 

      DiLorenzo, Terry (2021-09)
      This course will provide students with an in-depth examination of social psychology. We will employ a cross-cultural perspective in our coverage of mainstream topics in social psychology. In this context, we will make ...