Welcome - Introduction to Sociology SOSA 1003   Introduction to Sociology
This course introduces students to basic sociological concepts, the logic of sociological inquiry, and major theoretical and methodological issues in the field. Substantive topics may include social movements, health, work, gender, religion, racialization, family, and mass media; key sociological concepts covered include social control, socialization, identity, inequity, and social institutions. Emphasis is on the study of contemporary post-industrial societies with special attention given to Canadian society.
FORMAT: Lecture
EXCLUSIONS: SOSA 1050.06 and SOSA 1200.06