Course Description

SOC 310
Social Deviance & Control [Lecture] (3.0)

This course is an overview of the theory and research on deviant behavior and on historical and contemporary control responses to it. Deviance as variance in social and physical functioning, as violation of social norms, and as membership in groups viewed as radical will be considered. (Offered on demand)


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An H following the course number indicates an honors level course.