Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2011/2012
Canadian Excellence

The Individual in the Community
0.5 Credit

This course provides an interdisciplinary overview of contemporary issues from a social science perspective that may incorporate psychological, sociological, historical and political science perspectives. The contribution that social science research can make to our understanding of contemporary issues; social science methodology; and the relationship between the social sciences and policy-making are discussed. Topics covered may include normality and abnormality, conflict, sexuality, interpersonal relationships, group behaviour, and the self and identity. {VL}

Additional Course Information
1.0 100 level CT credit.