Principles of Sociology (SOC1101)

Introduction to the principal fields, the concepts, and the essential methods of sociological analysis. Sociology and the other social sciences. Critical thinking and techniques of intellectual work. The craft of the sociologist.

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Taught by: Stéphan Larose Added on: Oct 16, 2016
Don't Miss a Class Knowledge Gainz Book Unopened

Great introduction to the field of sociology and you can definitely tell professor Larose loves what he does. Make sure you attend as many lectures as possible since his slides don't really cover what's said in class fully.

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4.7

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Midterms: 0
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Taught by: Stéphan Larose Added on: Sep 25, 2016
Don't Miss a Class Knowledge Gainz

This course is really great and the professor continuously finds ways to make the material stimulating. The course slide don't really cover much of what he actually talks about in class so I would highly recommend attending classes and just listening if nothing else (but taking notes really helps). Midterms and final are both easy and written (no questions are multiple choice).

I WOULD recommend this course to others.

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