Class 11947 SOC 3700 - 100 (Lecture)
Health and Society
Instructor David Skubby
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David SkubbyTuTh 12:30pm - 1:20pmWeb-Based Course
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Enrollment: (Show Graph) 58 students (capacity 60)
Status: Open, Waitlist Available When Full
Units: 3
Meeting Dates: 02/01/2021 - 05/06/2021
Class Components: Discussion Required, Lecture Required
Enrollment Requirements: None
Requirement Designation: None
Class Attributes: ASUD-SES,CORE-CRITTHINK,CORE-QUANTITAT,CORE-RESEARCH,CORE-SCIENTIFIC,CORE-WRITTEN
Grading: COVID Student Option
SIS Description: This course explores the social dimensions of health and illness, focusing especially on the social experience of illness, the social determinants of disease, and the role and meaning of medicine and public health in modern U.S. society. The class examines how we define health problems and their solutions, and it considers the ways in which race, gender, class, age, and sexuality matter for understanding health-related experiences and discourses.
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