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SOC 395 Sociology of Religion

Religion has long held a central role in sociology. As long as there has been society, people have been coming together to form belief systems in order to make sense of the world around them and express their experiences. Consequently, organized religion is bound up in our culture, in the construction of our daily existence, and even in our conflicts. In this class, we will examine each of these in order to understand the role of religion in U.S. culture.

Josh Packard
Author

University of Northern Colorado
Institution

Public College or University
Institution Type

Syllabus
Resource Type

Undergraduate Course
Class Type

2012
Date Published

Religious Studies, Sociology
Discipline

General Comparative Traditions
Religous Tradition

Politics/Law/Government, Pluralism/Secularism/Culture Wars, Race/Ethnicity
Topics

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