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This course will cover major sociological and criminological theories, both from classical and contemporary writers. It will then consider whether these theories can help us better understand controversial social situations, such as union organizing, the pro-choice/pro-live movement, and gang rape.

Prerequisites: SOC101 and two additional sociology courses.

Program: Sociology

Credit: 3

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