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SOC 368. Social Deviance

Credits: 3
Department: Sociology
Description: Social deviance, deviant acts, attributes and beliefs.
Prerequisites: SOC 111, SOC 160, SOC 177, SOC 195, SOC 200, SOC 201, SOC 268, SOC 273
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Identify various typologies of deviance.
2. Compare and critique various theoretical perspectives on deviance.
3. Examine the process of creating and performing deviant identities.
4. Identify and analyze various forms of social control.
5. Examine the ways that individuals have agency, resist stigma, and create meaning of their experiences.






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