SOCL 280 Society and the Individual
As an introduction to sociological social psychology, this course examines the relationship between the individual and society by exploring the various ways that individuals interact with one another and how they affect and are affected by society as a whole. Students will learn about the theories and research methods involved in the scientific study of sociological social psychology from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Students will become familiar with many of the concepts and ideas involved in the study of sociological social psychology, such as socialization, selves and identities, groups, romantic love, friendships, and interpersonal attraction, social perception, attitudes, aggression, persuasion, prejudice, and altruism. (LA)
Prerequisite: 3 s.h. SOCL.
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