University of Saskatchewan

  

SOC 112-Foundations in Sociology: Social Construction of Everyday Life

Battlefords Campus
Future dates to be determined.

One part of a two-part introduction to the discipline of sociology, the study of society. It examines how we come to understand and experience ourselves and the world around us and how we create culture. Students will be introduced to the study of culture, socialization, social interaction, identity formation and self-fashioning, the social construction of class, gender and race, age, deviance, and other social phenomena.

Formerly: Part of SOC 110.6.
Note: Students who have taken SOC 110.6 may not take this course credit.

Delivery Method

The following delivery methods are available for some of the courses in this program.

  • Lecture

Please refer to the course description for course specific delivery methods.