SOC225H1: Canadian Society


This course uses a sociological approach to understand current Canadian society, Canada’s role in global politics, and how Canadian social policies compare to the policies of other countries around the world. The topics considered in the course include economics, politics, happiness, health and mental health care, crime and punishment, tolerance for diversity, education, and more. The most current Canadian research and global comparative research are explored to ensure students leave with a thorough scientific awareness of where Canada is, where it is going, and what they think the best policies for Canada are moving forward.

SOC297H1 (offered as "Canadian Society") taken in Fall 2022
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)
University-Based Experience