Problems with Modern Society - 3
Studies the social problems of modern society, especially in the United States, in order to arrive at alternate methods of identification and measurement of social problems. An attempt to gain understanding by judging the probable results of proposed changes. Problems include deviant behavior, including crime and delinquency, alcoholism, family violence, deviant subcultures, problems of man in industrial society, including the industrial workers and white collar workers and also stress and mental illness. Recommended: Introductory course in Sociology or Psychology, or cultural Anthropology, or Cultural Anthropology, Reading Level 5 or 6, English Level 5. Hours: 54 lect. Offered: F, S. CCS: Liberal Arts & Sciences. Transferable: UC, CSU and private colleges. IGETC 4.