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Sociology 356 – The Social Self
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Eisenberg, Anne. 2010. “Sociology 356 – The Social Self”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


As an academic discipline, sociology studies all aspects of human society from a wide range of theoretical perspectives (lenses) within specialty areas, such as social psychology and inequality, which focus on different types of social phenomena. Sociologists also use a diverse set of research methods with which to explore and explain specific phenomena...

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Social Psychology
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College 300

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