Social Control (SOC 214.3)

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SOC 214 02 January 2017 Hongming Cheng (primary instructor)
SOC 214 X02 January 2017 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 214 01 September 2016 Hongming Cheng (primary instructor)
SOC 214 X01 September 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 214 X01 July 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 214 01 May 2016 Heidi Bickis (primary instructor)
SOC 214 X01 May 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 214 02 January 2016 Jason Jean (primary instructor)
SOC 214 X02 January 2016 Lorna Doerkson (primary instructor)

Description

The history of social control with a focus on how social, legal, and political structures constrain individuals and groups by constructing and regulating morality. Topics include state policy, moral panics, the management of risk and public security, and institutions of control including justice, education, medicine, and the media.

Prerequisite(s)

6 credit units of 100-level SOC.

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