SOC304 : Contemporary Sociological Theory

This seminar is designed to examine the contributions of contemporary sociological theory to the understanding of the main structures, processes, and contradictions of modern societies. Whereas classical theory courses primarily focus on the works of Marx, Weber, and Durkheim, this course will offer a broader range of theorists, beginning with the microsociological thought of Schutz and Blumer, and ending up with many of the postmodern questions being asked by theorists like Immanuel Wallerstein.

Prerequisites

SOC111 or 118.

Overview

Department

Credit Hour(s)

3

Semester Offered

Spring (even)