SOCI-297 Advanced Research Seminar: Sociological Practice
This seminar takes a more in-depth approach, and has a broader range of specific applications of sociology, than the basic foundation course of sociological practice, "Social Intelligence In Everyday Life." The seminar focuses on different uses of sociology: some class readings and discussions are guided by the theme of social intelligence, and throughout the semester students will develop problem-solving strategies for interventions to resolve social justice issues about individuals, families, gender, work systems, communities, social movements, and domestic or international social policies. Some attention will be given to career possibilities in applied sociology, sociological practice, and clinical sociology. Prerequisite: SOCI-001 or -150. Fall.
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Fall '04: Hall, C Margaret (file download)
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