Human Behavior and Social Institutions

SOCL 105 Sociology in Practice (Fall 2018)

I honestly enjoyed all of my classes during my first semester of college, but I was always forced to think differently in this one. I left with so many questions in my mind after every class period. Being taught to think sociologically really changed a lot for me. I am able to take a step back and reevaluate things that are impacting society from multiple perspectives which I think is something a lot of people should do but do not.

We did not have any major papers but instead had multiple minor assignments. One of our assignments was to write five reading guide reflections. We were assigned many daily readings and it was our responsibility to pick five to reflect on and turn in before the semester was over. I did one on┬áreading titled “Inequalities” by Robert Jackson which is linked below.

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