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|SLGY 2218 - Deviance and Society|
(3 credits) 3 hours lecture|
Deviance is an area within sociology referring to any behaviour, belief system, physical characteristic, symbolic representation, or group affiliation which may mark people as wrong, immoral, criminal, mentally unstable, subhuman, or otherwise. In general, deviance goes against cultural norms and expectations. This course explores such phenomena and students will learn to approach them theoretically.
Prerequisite: Sociology 1101
Schedule Types: Lecture