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SOC 2300 — Social Problems 3 Credit hours

Surveys a variety of issues and perspectives surrounding the definition, evaluation, and amelioration of social problems. While its focus is on the U.S., the global context in which social problems develop is also addressed. Issues to be covered include: illness and healthcare; drugs and alcohol; problems of youth and the elderly; gender, race and class inequality; work and unemployment; urban crisis; and science and technology. The course fulfills requirements for the University of Cincinnati Addiction Studies degree, and provides a Social Science elective for non-majors.
Transfer: TAG, TM.
Prerequisites: SOC 1010.

Sociology Concentration

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Education Concentration

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English Writing/Literature Concentration

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History Concentration

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Associate of Arts Degree

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