Speed dating learning activity
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The [speed dating] activity reflects this in addition to encouraging dialogue with different classmates.
SOCI 380 is a requirement for sociology majors and minors.
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We will accomplish these goals by reading original texts and empirical readings to examine how sociologists draw on theory to explain the modern world.
Social theory is at its richest when we seek to consider a diversity of human experiences and that should be no different in the classroom.
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Title of the Course – Social Theory Instructor – Sergio Chávez Department – Sociology Course Number - SOCI 380Intended Student Audience- Undergraduates; Sociology majors and minors Course Description: In this class we will treat social theory as a lens for understanding the modern social world and constructing explanations for changes in society. First, we will consider the role of theory in sociological research.