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University of Tennessee: Department of Sociology
Sociology 110: Social Problems/Social Justice
Tuesday, Thursday: 8:10AM-9:25AM
College of Nursing, Room 105

Instructor: Holly Ningard Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 9:25AM-10:25AM, or by appointment.
Office: 243 Greve Hall
Email: hningard@vols.utk.edu

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Welcome to Social Problems/Social Justice! Sociology, broadly speaking, is the scientific study of the development, structure, and processes of human society. This course is designed to provide an introduction to the sociological approach to social justice in modern society.

What you learn in this classroom will help you to gain an understanding of the issues that are happening today, right now, everywhere you look. That's what's so exciting about this field! It is the goal of this course not simply to discuss current issues such as globalization, poverty, and inequality, but to be able to use the sociological perspective to understand the history, theory, and broader social forces behind these issues. With successful completion of this course, you will leave not only with an understanding of elements of social structure and the organization of society, but with the knowledge of how to apply the sociological perspective to analyze social problems and issues in the contemporary world.

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS
Readings in Social Justice (2nd Edition), R. Scott Frey, ed. ISBN: 978-1-4652-1290-0

Additional readings will be available on Blackboard.

ATTENDANCE
I expect that by signing up for this class, you will incorporate our meeting times into your schedule and be able to attend all class periods. However, I also understand that unexpected events happen. Attendance in this class is not required, though I will take attendance every day, and a decision to not show up to class can impact your final grade. I…...

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