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Introduction to Contemporary Sociological Theory

An exploration of theories developed from the early 20'h century to the present (such as the work of neo-Marxists, symbolic interactionists, feminists, and globalization theorists). Lectures and discussion (three hours); one term.

SOCIOL 2LL3

Introduction to Contemporary Sociological Theory

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

An exploration of theories developed from the early 20'h century to the present (such as the work of neo-Marxists, symbolic interactionists, feminists, and globalization theorists). Lectures and discussion (three hours); one term.


David Young

Assistant Professor | Undergraduate Chair of the Department of Sociology

Prerequisite(s): One of 50CIOL 1Z03, 1A06 A/B and registration in any Sociology program Antirequisite(s): SOCIOL 2S06 A/B It is strongly recommended that SOCIOL 2KK3 be completed first.