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Sociology 100 Introduction to Sociology : Home

Chinese resources for the course Sociology 100 Introduction to Sociology

Course Description

Course Goals

  • Introduce the sociological imagination and learn how sociologists use this concept to analyze various social issues.
  • Introduce examples of the interaction between structure and agency in shaping individual and group experiences.
  • Introduce examples of various forms of social inequality.
  • To think critically about what may appear to be the familiar or seemingly given aspects of social life.

Contact Information

Professor: Dr. Caitlin Vitosky Clarke
Student Hours: 
Wednesdays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm & by appointment
Office: Lincoln Hall Room 3094
The Sociology office is open M-F 8:00am-4:00pm
E-mail: vitosky@illinois.edu 

Head Teaching Assistant: Alishia Alexander
E-mail: alishia2@illinois.edu 

 

ShuYong JIANG, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor, University Library
Chinese Studies Librarian
Phone: 217.244.3669
shyjiang@illinois.edu