Prerequisite: SC101. Restricted to juniors and seniors. Studies the naturally-occurring activities in which people participate during their day-to-day living. Topics include behavior in public places, such as maintenance of privacy and personal space; forms of social interaction, such as queuing and ordinary conversation; and the social construction of meaning. Emphasizes students' ability to observe, describe, and analyze the social organization of the world in which they live. Students videotape and/or audiotape for class assignments. Seminar format with enrollment limited to 15 students.