Sociology

SOC 111.3 (97)

Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process

CRN: 82488

Term: 1 (3 hour lecture)

Time: Tuesday, 7:00 pm - 9:50 pm

Professor: Elaine Hulse

Description:

One part of a two-part introduction to the discipline of sociology, the study of society. It examines theories and methods for studying changes to the nature and organization of society from pre-modern, to modern and post-modern. Students will be introduced to core sociological concepts used to understand social inequality, social order, social change, and globalization. 

Note:

Students who have taken SOC 110.6 may not take this course for credit. 

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SOC 112.3 (96)

Foundations in Social Construction of Everyday Life

CRN: 22662

Term: 2 (3 hour lecture)

Time: Wednesday, 1:00 pm - 3:50 pm

Professor: Elaine Hulse

Description:

One part of a two-part introduction to the discipline of sociology, the study of society. It examines how we come to understand and experience ourselves and the world around us and how we create culture. Students will be introduced to the study of culture, socialization, social interaction, identity formation and self-fashioning, the social construction of class, gender and race, age, deviance, and other social phenomena. 

Note:

Students who have taken SOC 110.6 may not take this course credit. 

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SOC 219.3 (96)

Aboriginal Peoples and Justice in Canada

CRN: 3257932

Term: 2 (3 hour lecture)

Time: Wednesday, 4:00 pm - 6:50 pm

Professor: Elaine Hulse

Prerequisites: 6 credit units of 100 level SOC.

Description:

Examines the causes and consequences of the over- and under-representation of Aboriginal persons in the Canadian criminal justice system. Topics include prevention, policing, sentencing and courts, incarceration and accommodations. The particular impacts on Aboriginal youth and Aboriginal women are also considered. 

Note: Students with credit for NS 219 may not take this course for credit.

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