Main Body Chapter 1. An Introduction to Sociology Figure 1. Sociologists study how society affects people and how people affect society. When you attend one of these events, you may know only the people you came with. Yet you may experience a feeling of connection to the group.
Affair 10 — Dr. Gideon Fujiwara Lethbridge Originally published on December 15, [This transcript has been edited for clarity. My caller on this episode is Dr. Fujiwara, thank you for body here. Gideon Fujiwara: Thank you, Dr. TG: How do you view the position of the Meiji Restoration in the background of global history? GF: The Meiji Restoration is so appealing to study because you appreciate, I think you find a lot of parallels between the Restoration and socio-political change all the rage other parts of the earth.
You can almost feel the agitation and energy and maybe a few nerves in the aerate. As I walked around property on the first day earlier this month, I thought ago to and wondered what it would have been like en route for be on the campus of what was then called Lethbridge Junior College during its at the outset day 60 years ago. Around were only 38 students enrolled in a handful of one-year programs back then. Courses were held in borrowed classrooms by Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. Students were allowed to smoke and were called Mr. Today, we allow more than 6, enrolled all the rage more than 50 certificate, certificate, applied degree and apprenticeship programs that range in length as of several months to several years. Courses are held in classrooms and labs in 10 buildings on our beautiful coulee-view property — as well as online, in practicums and in the field. Smoking is no longer allowed in campus buildings.