Self and Society

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Note: This course is not available for the current semester.

Course No: 48.270; Last Offered: Summer 2013;

Course Description

An examination of the relationship between individuals and the social world around them. The course examines the underlying structures that pattern human interaction. Topics include the social construction of the self, the construction of social reality, and the sociology of emotions, among others.

Prerequisites & Notes

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