Sociology 245: Sociology of Work & Occupations
This Labor Markets and Inequity class taught by Janja Lalich is well designed and easy to follow with well-marked icons and Table of Contents.
Sociology 245: Sociology of Work & Occupations is:
An upper-division course-both on-campus and online-primarily for Sociology and Social Science majors.
Engages students in online interactive activities to critically understand the connections between societal, organizational, and interpersonal aspects of work.
Develops students' awareness of global movements responding to structural shifts affecting today's workers.
Encourages students to practice and enhance their communication and presentation skills through the use of technology.
Helps students develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills in relation to their own and others' work experiences and career goals.
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