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Sociology is the study of social relations, how they are formed and what their consequences are. Sociologists look at how cultures develop, how organizations function (or don’t), and how states and public policies shape ordinary people’s lives.
It is the broadest of all social science disciplines, as all spheres of social life—cultural, economic, and political—are open to sociological inquiry. Students learn to analyse social conditions that shape human lives, and confront topical issues in migration, poverty and inequalities, the climate crisis, ethnic relations, the changing face of religiosity, shifts in family forms, aging, mental health, welfare regimes and social policies, and science and technological disruptions.

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