SOC 102 GN: Introduction to Cultural Diversity

This course provides a cross-cultural study of all human behaviors and social arrangements in contemporary cultures. Topics surveyed include race and ethnicity; language; gender and sexuality; age and kinship roles; religion and spiritual life; marriage and the family; political and economic behavior; globalization and cultural change; and the arts. The main focus will be on the application of the anthropological perspective and methods for understanding social and cultural differences and similarities.


3 credits


GE:Social Sciences - Sociology│GN: Group C - Sociology (CSO) │ Global Diversity & Citizenship (G)


100-UG Level 1 Intro/Found