Anthropology / Sociology 8: Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Prerequisite: SOCIO1 with a grade of C or better, or P
Surveys research traditions and processes in the social and behavioral sciences. The course addresses: epistemological traditions, research conceptualization, research design, research process, measures, sampling, data collection and analysis, reporting traditions, ethics, as well as implications for theory and public policy. While the primary focus is on Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, there will be a secondary focus on the disciplines of Biology, Demography, History, Political Science, and Public Health. Credit may be earned for only one of the following: ANTHR 8 or SOCIO 8.
Transfer: UC/CSU. CSU-GE DO; IGETC 4J; C-ID: SOCI 120