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Sociology 160: Sociology of Culture University of California, Berkeley Jill BakehornFall 2021 CN: 23281Sociology 160: Sociology of CultureFall 2021INSTRUCTORJill Bakehorn, Ph.D.E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Thursday 11:00am-NoonSign-up Office Hours: Monday + Wednesday 2:30-3:30pmSign-up: https://calendly.com/bakehorn/office-hoursCLASS MEETINGMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 11:00-11:59am 160 Anthropology/Art Practice Building Course DescriptionSociology of Culture is a broad field of study encompassing every aspect of our lives, not just those things we typically think of like music and art, but also our clothes, food, language, ideologies, rhetoric, technology, gestures, and symbols; culture is all things created by humans. Culture gives our lives shape, allows us to predict social action, informs our behavior and patterns of thought, and imbues our lives with meaning. In this class we will be focusing on two major concepts within the sociology of culture: cultural ...