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SOC 366 - Sociology of American Indians (Put on Reserve 9/1/2020)


Description:
This course presents a sociological approach to Native American society. Specifically, it explores social institutions in Indian Country including political, economic, family, religious, and educational systems. Understanding the American Indian experience in relation to broader society is emphasized. (Put on reserve 9/1/2020, will go inactive 8/24/23)

Credits: (5)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify the social institutions present in “Indian Country”.
  • Outline the differences between the social institutions in “Indian Country” and the dominant society.
  • Summarize the basis for sovereignty in “Indian Country.”
  • Demonstrate knowledge of political, economic, family, religious and educational systems in tribal society.

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