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  • SOC 292: Who Gets Ahead? Public Schooling In America | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 292 Who Gets Ahead Public Schooling In America Autumn 2016 Section ID AB SLN 20768 Meets GE Requirements Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor T 14 30 15 20 BAG 131 Addresses fundamental questions about the relationship between education and society Examines why some students learn more and advance further than others what factors shape how schools are run organized and which materials are taught how race class gender affect students within schools how schools maintain our economic system and can become more effective Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/292/ab (2016-04-27)
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  • SOC 300: Foundations Of Social Inquiry | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 300 Foundations Of Social Inquiry Autumn 2016 Section ID A SLN 20770 Meets GE Requirements Individuals and Societies Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor Stewart Tolnay M W F 10 30 11 20 EEB 105 Covers what makes social science a science the components of good research design and what counts as valid evidence for sociological claims Pays special attention to links between theory research questions and data Offered AWSpS Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/300/a (2016-04-27)
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  • SOC 300: Foundations Of Social Inquiry | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 300 Foundations Of Social Inquiry Autumn 2016 Section ID AA SLN 20771 Meets GE Requirements Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor Th 08 30 09 20 SAV 131 Covers what makes social science a science the components of good research design and what counts as valid evidence for sociological claims Pays special attention to links between theory research questions and data Offered AWSpS Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Graduation FAQ Student

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/300/aa (2016-04-27)
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  • SOC 300: Foundations Of Social Inquiry | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Department Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 300 Foundations Of Social Inquiry Autumn 2016 Section ID AC SLN 20773 Meets GE Requirements Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor Th 10 30 11 20 Covers what makes social science a science the components of good research design and what counts as valid evidence for sociological claims Pays special attention to links between theory research questions and data Offered AWSpS Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Graduation FAQ Student Resources

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  • SOC 316: Introduction To Sociological Theory | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Locating the Department Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 316 Introduction To Sociological Theory Autumn 2016 Section ID A SLN 20775 Meets GE Requirements Individuals and Societies Writing Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor Edgar Kiser T Th 11 00 12 50 GWN 301 Introduction to sociological theory Includes classical theorists Adam Smith Karl Marx Emile Durkheim and Max Weber and their influence on contemporary theoretical debate Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Graduation FAQ Student Resources Diversity

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/316/a (2016-04-27)
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  • SOC 316: Introduction To Sociological Theory | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    From the Chair Locating the Department Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 316 Introduction To Sociological Theory Autumn 2016 Section ID AA SLN 20776 Meets GE Requirements Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor F 11 00 11 50 SMI 407 Introduction to sociological theory Includes classical theorists Adam Smith Karl Marx Emile Durkheim and Max Weber and their influence on contemporary theoretical debate Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Graduation FAQ Student Resources Diversity Research Research Seminars CSDE

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  • SOC 321: Case-Based Social Statistics I | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    321 Case Based Social Statistics I Autumn 2016 Section ID A SLN 20780 Meets GE Requirements Individuals and Societies Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Meets Other Requirements Honors Course Add to MyPlan Instructor Katherine Stovel T T SMI Introduction to statistical reasoning for social scientists Built around cases representing in depth investigations into the nature and content of statistical and social science principles and practice Hands on approach weekly data analysis laboratory Fundamental statistical topics measurement exploratory data analysis probabilistic concepts distributions assessment of statistical evidence Offered jointly with CS SS 321 STAT 321 Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/321/a (2016-04-27)
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  • SOC 351: Intimate Relationships | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Us Contact Us You are here Home Courses Autumn 2016 SOC 351 Intimate Relationships Autumn 2016 Section ID A SLN 20781 Meets GE Requirements Individuals and Societies Meets Other Requirements Add to MyPlan Instructor Pepper Schwartz M W 10 30 12 20 BAG 260 Explores the nature of love desire and commitment between heterosexual and homosexual couples as well as parenting as a dyadic act Evaluates political and social pressures and preferences on these topics within our society in a comparative context Status Active Share Print PDF Last updated April 13 2016 7 00am Courses by Term Autumn 2016 Summer 2016 Spring 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/courses/2016/autumn/soc/351/a (2016-04-27)
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