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Social Theory

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Fall | Course Every Year

From the origins of sociological thinking to the current controversies regarding social action and social structure, explanations developed by sociologists to describe and to demystify society are studied and applied. Ideas advanced by Durkheim, Marx and Weber are followed by extensions and alternatives up to and including the Frankfurt School, Feminism and Post Modernism. Prerequisite: at least 6 credit hours in SOC.

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