2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin

SOC 232 Social Stratification

3 hours 

This course reveals that there are social classes in America as well as individuals and groups; how all societies have classes within them; how different interests cause conflicts between the classes; how members of various classes have different attitudes and lifestyles; how class differences influence personality, sexual behavior, job preferences, health, criminal activity and treatment by the justice system; and what patterns and trends exist for individual and group mobility up and down the social ladder.




ENG 101 and SOC 101