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ARCHIVED 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
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SGBS 202 - Social Formation and Social Transformation

4.00 credit hours
Societies form individuals. In texts illustrating a wide range of social scientific methods, this course examines how the process of individuation might be interrupted or diverted. Beginning with a study of various accounts of the social and moral formation of children, the course moves to a study of broader theories of the social construction of reality within a range of historical contexts. The course concludes with a consideration of the possibility for transforming society itself through the emergence of new social structures and norms. Students complete a major research paper.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Community Engaged Learning, Writing Intensive.
iCon(s): Challenging Inequity.

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