Sociology for Winter 2023

ANTH3630
New Media Methods in Social Research


CRN: 94885
Instructor(s): Crocker, Steve


Description
(same as Sociology 3630 and the former Sociology/Anthropology 3630) will explore non-print means for recording social behaviour and will utilize various forms of the media as a descriptive and an analytic tool. CR: Sociology 3630, the former Sociology/Anthropology 3630

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

CRIM3290
Deviance


CRN: 96144
Instructor(s): Kenney, J Scott


Description
(same as Sociology 3290) examines major sociological theories and methodological techniques central to the study of deviance and crime. The distribution, attributes and explanations of a variety of forms of deviance are examined, which may include violence, sexual deviance, delinquency, addiction, mental disorder, theft, organized crime, political deviance and corporate deviance. CR: Sociology 3290 PR: CRIM 1001 or Sociology 1001 or the former Police Studies 2300 or the former Sociology 2300, Sociology 1000 or the former Sociology 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

CRIM3395
Criminal Justice


CRN: 96146
Instructor(s): Micucci, Anthony


Description
(same as the former Police Studies 3395, Sociology 3395) provides an introduction to the criminological and sociological perspectives on our system of formal social control (police, courts, corrections). Special attention is directed at how social structure and social inequality (class, ethnicity and race, gender) influence criminal justice decisions. Topics discussed include public opinion on crime and criminal justice, offenders and victims in the system, consensus and conflict in the creation of criminal law, finding a delicate balance between police powers for crime control and democratic rights, types of sentencing options and rationales, and the dual and conflicting goals of prisons and alternatives to incarceration. CR: the former Police Studies 3395, Sociology 3395 PR: CRIM 1001 (or the former Police Studies 2300 or the former Sociology 2300), CRIM 3000 or the former Police Studies 3000, CRIM 3290 or Sociology 3290, Sociology 1000 or the former Sociology 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI1000
Introduction to Sociology


CRN: 71151
Instructor(s): Cohen, Linda Ann


Description
is an introduction to the concepts, principles, and topics of Sociology. This course is a prerequisite to most departmental courses. CR: the former SOCI 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI1000
Introduction to Sociology


CRN: 87860
Instructor(s): Murphy, Terry James


Description
is an introduction to the concepts, principles, and topics of Sociology. This course is a prerequisite to most departmental courses. CR: the former SOCI 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI1000
Introduction to Sociology


CRN: 99193
Instructor(s): Enstrom, Malin


Description
is an introduction to the concepts, principles, and topics of Sociology. This course is a prerequisite to most departmental courses. CR: the former SOCI 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI1000
Introduction to Sociology


CRN: 99317
Instructor(s): Amoah, Daniel Kennedy


Description
is an introduction to the concepts, principles, and topics of Sociology. This course is a prerequisite to most departmental courses. CR: the former SOCI 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI1001
Introduction to Criminology


CRN: 99178
Instructor(s): Sheppard, Amy Elizabeth Mary


Description
(same as Criminology 1001, the former Police Studies 2300, the former SOCI 2300) introduces students to criminological and sociological models and research methods for understanding the phenomenon of “crime”. As a background for developing theory, this course familiarizes students with the challenges associated with defining and researching “crime”. Along with a critical examination of the different theories and methods in criminology, students consider the implications for policy. CO: SOCI 1000 or the former SOCI 2000 CR: Criminology 1001, the former Police Studies 2300, the former SOCI 2300

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI2120
Technology and Society


CRN: 64109
Instructor(s): LeDrew, Stephen Harry


Description
is an examination of the role of technology in society and society's role in shaping technology. Topics may include the emergence of modern technological society, the impact of new technologies on social organization and culture, and the institutionalization of science and the production of scientific knowledge. The course also explores the ideological functions of science and technology.

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI2270
Families


CRN: 71982
Instructor(s): Cohen, Linda Ann


Description
(same as the former Sociology/Anthropology 2270 and the former Anthropology 2270) is a comparative and historical study of the family, and the range of variation in its processes and structure. CR: the former Sociology/Anthropology 2270, the former Anthropology 2270

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI2270
Families


CRN: 94879
Instructor(s): Cohen, Linda Ann


Description
(same as the former Sociology/Anthropology 2270 and the former Anthropology 2270) is a comparative and historical study of the family, and the range of variation in its processes and structure. CR: the former Sociology/Anthropology 2270, the former Anthropology 2270

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI2290
Animals and Society


CRN: 98022
Instructor(s): Power, Nicole

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI3150
Classical Social Theory


CRN: 84699
Instructor(s): Kenney, J Scott


Description
is an introduction to the work of major 19th and early 20th-century social theorists including Marx, Durkheim, and Weber. PR: SOCI 1000 or the former 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI3290
Deviance


CRN: 95683
Instructor(s): Kenney, J Scott


Description
(same as Criminology 3290) examines major sociological theories and methodological techniques central to the study of deviance and crime. The distribution, attributes and explanations of a variety of forms of deviance are examined, which may include violence, sexual deviance, delinquency, addiction, mental disorder, theft, organized crime, political deviance and corporate deviance. CR: Criminology 3290 PR: SOCI 1000 or the former 2000, and Criminology 1001 (or the former Police Studies 2300 or the former SOCI 2300) or SOCI 1001

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI3395
Criminal Justice


CRN: 75923
Instructor(s): Micucci, Anthony


Description
(same as Criminology 3395, the former Police Studies 3395) provides an introduction to the criminological and sociological perspectives on our system of formal social control (police, courts, corrections). Special attention is directed at how social structure and social inequality (class, ethnicity and race, gender) influence criminal justice decisions. Topics discussed include public opinion on crime and criminal justice, offenders and victims in the system, consensus and conflict in the creation of criminal law, finding a delicate balance between police powers for crime control and democratic rights, types of sentencing options and rationales, and the dual and conflicting goals of prisons and alternatives to incarceration. CR: Criminology 3395, the former Police Studies 3395 PR: Criminology 1001 (or the former Police Studies 2300 or the former SOCI 2300) and SOCI 1000 or the former SOCI 2000, and SOCI 3290, Criminology 3290, or Criminology 3000 (or the former Police Studies 3000)

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.

SOCI3630
New Media Methods in Social Research


CRN: 94883
Instructor(s): Crocker, Steve


Description
(same as Anthropology 3630) will explore non-print means for recording social behavior and will utilize various forms of the media as a descriptive and an analytic tool. CR: Anthropology 3630, the former Sociology/Anthropology 3630 PR: SOCI 1000 or the former 2000

Note: Please be advised the course information above is subject to change. Please consult the University Calendar for the official course description.


TEXTBOOK INFO: E-texts are available for many online courses. For specific information about the textbook(s) for this course, please visit the MUN bookstore website.
IMPORTANT: Questions about textbooks should be directed to the Academic Unit responsible for the course.
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