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  • Shelly Ronen (2019-01)
    We tend to think of our bodies as organic vessels – biological and chemical objects that house our rational selves. But our bodies also carry social meanings, and enable social life. Consider: when is a fetal body really ...
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    Before one can practice sociology, it’s necessary to get a sense of the foundations on which the discipline is constructed. This course is designed to provide this. It more specifically examines the development of sociological ...
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    This course is an introduction to the use of quantitative data in sociology. The emphasis of the course is on understanding how researchers use such data to make sociological arguments. In order to appreciate this it is ...



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