Course Description

SOC 320
Religion and Society [Lecture] (3.0)

An analysis of the interaction of religion and society through utilization of major concepts, methods, and theories of the sociology of religion, this course emphasizes the social context, dynamics, and change of diverse religious collectivities within both Western and non-Western cultures. Also listed as THE 320. (Offered on demand)


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