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Published on 19 May 2011
School
UTSC
Department
Sociology
Course
SOCA01H3
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
SOCA01H3
L30
PART I
FALL 2010
TUESDAY 7 –10 PM
ARC
MALCOLM H. MacKINNON
Office: B512
Phone: 416-287-7343
Email: mackinnon@utsc.utoronto.ca
Office Hours: Monday 3:15 – 5: 15 PM; Tuesday 5 – 7 PM;
Thursday noon – 2 PM
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Office hours: monday 3:15 5: 15 pm; tuesday 5 7 pm; Before students are introduced to the sociological enterprise, they more often than not labour under what has come to be known as the individualistic fallacy that. That source has come to be known as social forces. thus a significant foundation of human behaviour lies in society itself. Part i of introductory sociology tries to identify and then elaborate on these social forces. The introduction takes up the case of suicide. Seemingly the most individualistic of all acts, suicide is shaped by these societal factors. Culture is the totality of social forces that surround us, and socialization is the process by which these forces become internalized, become part of the person"s personality structure. The way in which social forces influence sexuality, stratification, family, health and medicine and race and ethnicity - will be discussed. ), sociology: your compass for a new world, (3rd edition), toronto:

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