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9A: Any group of people involved in interpersonal relationship is a society. How do we humans all live together in such highly populated cities? How does a society change? You will learn about some famous sociological theories which aim to address these important questions, from conflict theory and feminist theory to social constructionism.
9B: There are many different ways of looking at a population. You can separate the population into different groups to view statistics. For instance, one may want to compare the efficacy of a drug in treating diabetics with congestive heart failure compared to diabetics without heart failure - these each form two separate populations of patients. In this module, you will come to see how different populations interact and change over time.