On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe the essential features of the social and human science in understanding human behaviour in social context; Explain major philosophical, sociological and anthropological paradigms or perspectives that enrich social scientific discourse; Apply social and human science perspective when looking at everyday life, particularly local and national social life .
- Human Realities in the light of Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophical Anthropology, and Psychology;
- Human Diversities 1: Language, Gender, Ethnicity, and Culture;
- Human Diversities 2: Religion and Arts;
- Human Philosophical Reflections 1: Changing Concepts of the Body;
- Human Philosophical Reflections 2: Knowledge, Intelligence, Affection, and Freedom;
- Human Organizations: Groups, Families, Communities, Cities, and States;
- Human Socialities: Socialization, Social Interaction, and Social Mobility;
- Human Life Domains 1: Economy, Work, Politics, and The Modern World System;
- Human Life Domains 2: Education, Health, and Environment;
- Human Social Problems: Deviance, Crime, Social Control, and Global Inequality;
- Globalization, Technology, Mass Media, and Social Change;
- Collonialism and Development, Cultural Exchange and Survival;
- Collective Behavior and Social Movements.
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