This course provides an introduction to the general principles of sociology, emphasizing social organization, change and interaction. Reference is made to varied world cultures with concentration upon social institutions in our own society. Topics include culture, status, role, personality, socialization, social groups, social power, family, social stratification, collective behavior, and social change.
Two of the following--
Red Box: Use the Search All tab on the library homepage to search all the databases at the same time; sort the results with the Refine Results toolbar on the left side of the results page.
Yellow Box: Search for database by name or view the A-Z list for database descriptions
Black Box: Search for a specific periodical (journals, magazines, newspapers) by name or view them grouped by subject.
Green Box: Search for your course and view research guide
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Length: 15 - 20 minutes
Citation Format: APA
Required Sources: academic sources
|Articles||Academic/Scholarly, Newspaper, Magazine|
|Books||Print, eBook, Reference|
|Media||Video, Audio, Image|
|Websites||.gov .edu --- no Wikipedia|
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