As social scientists, sociologists apply scientific reasoning and methodologies to understanding the array of formidable problems facing our country and our world. Just as the problems never cease neither do the sociologist’s curiosity or search for answers. Sociology identifies social problems, analyzes the problems, proposes possible solutions, and evaluates the efficacy of social programs. Sociologists help distinguish “what should be” from “what is”. Just as medical scientists use science to help cure diseases like cancer, sociologists use science to help study and alleviate social problems.
Department of Sociology
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Peter DiMarzio, Boston Department of Homeland Security, “Presentation on Human Trafficking” ~ Tuesday, November 12, 2013, at 4:30 p.m. ~ North Hall Commons Room