How does migration impact changes in societies?
The diverse sources of stratification as it relates to economic factors and population patterns has a direct role in instructional developments within the concepts of fertility rates, poverty, and growth patterns.
Many institutions affect and are affected by fertility and mortality rates at the meso level—government, religion, the economy, education, and health care. Explain how migration plays a role in population trends and urbanization. How does migration impact changes in societies?
Understands basic concepts and theories of sociology with a full recognition of the experiences of diverse groups in society.
CSLO 2: Situate the study of society within a global, comparative and multicultural context.
CSLO 3: Understand society as a social structure with different impacts on the life chances of various groups.
CSLO 4: Develops critical thinking abilities through social theory.
CSLO 5: Use the sociological perspective as an interpretive framework for challenging taken-for-granted assumptions about society and unmasking social patterns and processes that shape social behavior.
CSLO 6: Compare, contrast and evaluate various theoretical frameworks in the discipline and their underlying presuppositions as a way to develop critical understandings of society.
CSLO 7: Develops critical thinking abilities through empirical research.
CSLO 8: Learn various sociological methodologies and evaluate their epistemological assumptions.
CSLO 9: Utilize sociological methodologies to critically and practically investigate the social construction of society.
CSLO 10: Apply sociological concepts, frameworks and methodologies to the observation of the social world. • CSLO 11: Practice the “sociological imagination,” a critical disciplinary perspective which uses sociological concepts to make visible the relationship between individuals and groups in a diverse and global world.