SOCB37H3: Economy, Culture, and Society

This course offers a sociological account of economic phenomena. The central focus is to examine how economic activities are shaped, facilitated, or even impeded by cultural values and social relations, and show that economic life cannot be fully understood outside of its social context. The course will focus on economic activities of production, consumption, and exchange in a wide range of settings including labor and financial markets, corporations, household and intimate economies, informal and illegal economies, and markets of human goods.

[SOCA05H3 or (SOCA03Y3) or [(SOCA01H3) and (SOCA02H3)]] or [any 4.0 credits and enrolment in the Minor in Culture, Creativity, and Cities]
Social and Behavioural Sciences
University-Based Experience