SOCI 1116: Sociology of Deviance
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¶Course Description: This course will introduce you to the general phenomenon of deviance, both criminal and non-criminal. Topics to be covered include: sociological theories, crime, drug and alcohol use, sex work, body modification, mental and physical disorders (as well as ways of being). ¶COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: - Understand and apply the various Sociological theories as well as those theories that concentrate on crime. - Think critically about how society views deviance and understand the concept of stigmatization. - Demonstrate increased awareness of different ways of being, including different physical builds, body modification, mental illness, disabilities, etc. ¶Desired Learning Outcomes - Understanding of sociological imagination and major theories and concepts - Understanding of different cultures and subcultures. - Understanding of the mechanisms that support inequality.
Hauser, O. (2022, Fall). Syllabus: SOCI 1116: Sociology of Deviance. Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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