SOCB42H3: Theory I: Discovering the Social

This course examines a group of theorists whose work provided key intellectual resources for articulating the basic concepts and tasks of sociology. Central topics include: the consequences of the division of labour, sources and dynamics of class conflict in commercial societies, the social effects of industrial production, the causes and directions of social progress, the foundations of feminism, linkages between belief systems and social structures, and the promises and pathologies of democratic societies.

Prerequisite
[[(SOCA01H3) and (SOCA02H3)] or SOCA03Y3] and enrolment in a Sociology program
Exclusion
SOC201H1, (SOC203Y1), SOC231H5
Enrolment Limits
170
Breadth Requirements
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies