Sociology
 

Cultural Sociology

Cultural Sociology
Recent theories and research in sociological approaches to meaning, including cultural systems and institutions, everyday life, symbolism, agency, power, texts, and globalization.
SOC
330
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 Taught 
Course Outcomes: 

Cultural sociology concepts, theories, and research methods

  • Students will learn concepts, theories, and research methods associated with cultural sociology, with an emphasis on current issues in the subfield.

Bibliographic Search and Literature Review

  • Students will be introduced to doing a bibliographic search and a literature review.

Bibliographic Search and Literature Review

  • Students will be introduced to doing a bibliographic search and a literature review.

Analytic and Sytopical reading skills

  • Students will be introduced to analytic and syntopical reading skills.

Career options

  • Students will learn about educational and career options related to sociology, with an emphasis on those related to cultural sociology.

Career options

  • Students will learn about educational and career options related to sociology, with an emphasis on those related to cultural sociology.