SOC213H1: Sociological Social Psychology

Hours: 
24L

This course provides an introduction to the systematic study of the influence of individuals, groups, and society on individuals' thoughts, feelings, and behaviours from a sociological perspective. The course emphasizes interaction among individuals, between an individual and a group, or among groups, all situated within particular social contexts. One core emphasis involves the ways that individual-level processes contribute to explaining social inequality in social groups and organizations. Topics include identity processes, social cognitions, attitudes, emotions, status processes, power relations, legitimacy, and justice.

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Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)