Principles of Sociology: A Multicultural Perspective

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Principles of Sociology: A Multicultural Perspective

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Gwynne Pacheco, Ed.D., is a professor emerita in developmental studies, psychology and sociology at Napa Valley College and a lecturer in psychology and sociology at the University of Hawaii.

Textbook(s) for this course: Note: Access to MySocLab is required for this course.
Sociology plus MySocLab access
Author: John J. Macionis
Publisher: Pearson
Edition: 14th
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN: 0205252303



X2 (3 semester units in Sociology)

Examine the basic topics, concepts and principles of sociology. Consider the influenc…

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Enroll Now:

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  • Online course: Internet access required
  • Enroll anytime: You have 6 months to complete
  • $760 (EDP 887125) Proctored final exam



Gwynne Pacheco, Ed.D., is a professor emerita in developmental studies, psychology and sociology at Napa Valley College and a lecturer in psychology and sociology at the University of Hawaii.

Textbook(s) for this course: Note: Access to MySocLab is required for this course.
Sociology plus MySocLab access
Author: John J. Macionis
Publisher: Pearson
Edition: 14th
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN: 0205252303



X2 (3 semester units in Sociology)

Examine the basic topics, concepts and principles of sociology. Consider the influence of social phenomena on human behavior using comparative multicultural and cross-cultural approaches drawing on current, relevant examples. Topics include social ranking and mobility, crime and deviance, poverty, racial and ethnic minority status, gender discrimination, aging as a social process, family, economic systems, political systems, religion, health care, education, and types and theories of social change.

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