Course Detail
Course Components:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is unique among the world religions, calling for a thorough exploration using sociological paradigms. In this course, aspects of Mormonism such as family, organization, education, politics, health practices, gender, stratification, culture, social control and deviance, identity, power, and other important principles are scrutinized with an academic framework, utilizing official LDS doctrine and applicable peer-reviewed publications. The course is designed to implement sociological tools and procedures to better comprehend and appreciate the distinctive nature and contribution of this religion.