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SOCIOLOGY

SOCY-215 Critical Social Thought Course Level: Undergraduate

The Rise of Critical Social Thought FA2 (3) Issues about social science as a critical vision of society; imagined social possibilities and their comparison to existing social institutions. Secondary themes are individual development, community, large societal institutions, the effects of industrialism and capitalism, and the limits of social science knowledge as a guide to social planning and social action. Usually Offered: fall and spring.

SOCY-215-001
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-002
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-001
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Instructional Method: Online.
SOCY-215-001
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-002
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate

SOCY-215 Critical Social Thought Course Level: Undergraduate

The Rise of Critical Social Thought FA2 (3) This course discusses how critical visions of society have appeared over time, including imagined social possibilities and comparisons to existing social institutions. The course covers the development of the idea of the individual self, state-formation, and national communities. It also addresses the effects of industrialization and migration, social change, and the limits of social science knowledge as a guide to planning and policy making. Readings are put in socio-historical context during the lectures and class discussions. Usually Offered: fall and spring. AU Core Habits of Mind: Socio-Historical Inquiry.

SOCY-215-001
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-002
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-001
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Instructional Method: Online.
SOCY-215-001
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate
SOCY-215-002
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate