SOCI001 - INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

We live in a country which places a premium on indivdual accomplishments. Hence, all of you worked extremely hard to get into Penn. Yet, social factors also have an impact on life chance. This class provides an oveview of how membership in social groups shapes the outcomes of individuals. We will look at a range of topics from the organizational factors which promoted racial inequality in Ferguson, Mo to the refusal of (mostly elite) parents to vaccinate their children. The experience of women and men in the labor market -- and the social factors that lead women to earn less than men -- is another interesting topic taken up in the course. Who gets ahead in America? Course requirements include a midterm, research paper (five to six pages), final and recitation activities. Students are not expected to have any previous knowledge of the topic. Welcome to the course!
Society sector (all classes)
Section 001 - LEC
MW 1100AM-1200PM
LAREAU, ANNETTE
STITELER HALL B6
Section 201 - REC
T 0930AM-1030AM
HARVEY, PETER
PSYCHOLOGY LAB A30
Section 202 - REC
T 1030AM-1130AM
HARVEY, PETER
MEYERSON HALL B4
Section 203 - REC
R 0930AM-1030AM
ALVARADO URBINA, ANDREA
JAFFE BUILDING B17
Section 204 - REC
R 1030AM-1130AM
ALVARADO URBINA, ANDREA
FISHER-BENNETT HALL 138
Section 205 - REC
F 1000AM-1100AM
OCAMPO, ANGIE
MCNEIL BUILDING 309
Section 206 - REC
F 1100AM-1200PM
OCAMPO, ANGIE
MCNEIL BUILDING 169
Section 601 - LEC
MW 0500PM-0630PM
JOYCE, COLETTE
MCNEIL BUILDING 286-7