SOC 101-A Introduction to Sociology

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Course Details

  • 5 Weeks | May 30 – June 29
  • On Campus | Tue & Thur 6:00 - 9:30 pm 
  • 3 Credits | Cost: $1377.00
  • Online Registration | April 3 – May 22
  • Online Payment Due | May 2 – May 22

Course Description

Principles and concepts; systematic analysis of groups, institutions, social interaction, socialization, social processes, social structure, culture, personality and social changes.

Additional Information

  • This course fulfills the Social Scientific Inquiry General Education requirement.

Course Instructor

Cara Bowman

Adjunct Professor of Sociology

Cara Bowman received her PhD in Sociology from Boston University in 2016. Her current research is focused on the distinct ways that middle class parents prepare their children to attend competitive colleges. She is interested in the intersection of economic, educational, and intimate realms, and its connection to the reproduction of social inequalities. Her past work includes a co-authored book, Race and Immigration (2013), which highlights the ways that historical constructions of racial categories have influenced immigration policy. At Stonehill, Prof. Bowman has taught Introduction to Sociology and Consumer Society & American Families.  She is particularly focused on developing students' writing skills through sociological inquiry.

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