SOC 3543 - Sociology of Deviance

Description
Prerequisite: 1113 or permission of instructor. The sociological study of deviant behavior with emphasis on so-called victimless crimes (e.g., drug use) and on normative violations that are not necessarily illegal (e.g., mental illness). Focus is on sociological theories and processes by which behaviors are defined as deviant, and how these definitions affect the individual. (F, Sp)
Credits
3
Attributes
Arts Science Course, Norman Upper Div Crse, Undergrad Arts & Sci Course, Undergrad Upper Division Crse
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
MWF, MWFTu, MWFTh
Avg. Class Size
78
Avg. Sections
2