Course Description:

SOHI 213 WORLDVIEW AND SOCIAL ISSUES A broad survey of contemporary social issues such as family organization and structure, crime, poverty, welfare, prejudice, population explosion, science, and government. Students will analyze, discuss and debate a wide range of social issues from various historical, secular, and religious worldviews. Students will also identify, analyze, and apply possible resolutions to current social issues discussed and debated in class. Various ancillary materials will be used in the course, including point/counterpoint debate resources. Three Hours, Fall, Spring

Credits:

3.0

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