Elective: Semester Offered: 1 & 2; Grade(s): 11-12
This introductory Sociology course provides students with an overview to our social world. Our course answers questions like: Who are you, How did you become the way you are, Why do you do what you do, and how do you influence others and they influence you? These are all questions that Sociologists can address as a scientific study of social interaction, society, and social behaviors. This course explores and exposes students to the sociological concepts and elements that shape humanity: culture, society, socialization, groups, social controls, inequality & social stratification, social institutions, continuity & change, and social inquiry.
- Teacher: Shane Williams