Course Description

This course presents the major schools of sociology, which include Functionalism, Critical Theory, Feminism, Interactionism, and Postmodernism. These schools are used to examine a number of fundamental social inequalities such as those based on class, race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. In addition, through the lenses of the major schools of sociology, this course also examines the impact of contemporary media institutions and communications technologies on the social construction of knowledge and the construction of socially significant identities and ideologies.


Antirequisites: SOC 11B, CSOC 103, CSOC 104, SOC 111

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