SOCI 385: Religion and Society
SOCI 385-001: Religion and Society
01:30 PM to 02:45 PM TR
Krug Hall 242
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Studies places of religious consciousness in human action and institutional and organizational networks created to sustain religious beliefs. Emphasizes comparative and historical analysis of role religion has played in human society. Examines theories of nature of religious experience, religious symbolism, and basis of religious community. Explores changing demographics in relation to older traditional religious faiths and newer nontraditional faiths. Limited to three attempts.
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