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Что такое экономическая социология? Это не "междисциплинарные исследования". Это не "изучение социальных проблем в экономике". Это не проведение опросов населения. Это не маркетинговые исследования. Что же это? (подробнее...)
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Social Classes [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Matthew McKeever
Fall, 1998
This course focuses on historical and contemporary analysis of class as the primary determinant of inequality in capitalist society. The course begins with a review of the main classical sociological theories of class from Marx and Weber. We will then explore how more recent authors have continued this area of research in both structural and historical analysis of the development of classes, and examine recent critique and reformulation of the idea of class. Finally, we will explore how sociologists have analyzed the interaction of class with two other main axes of stratification in modern U.S. society, gender and race.
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Social Inequality [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Matthew McKeever
Spring, 1999
In modern societies, scarce resources are not equally distributed among all people. This course is intended to introduce students to how sociologists examine the systematic ways in which such inequality is shaped. This course will thus focus on social explanations of how inequality is structured.
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Stratification and Mobility [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 28-01-2003
Matthew McKeever
Spring 2001
This course is intended as an introduction to the major theories, methods, and findings of stratification and mobility research in sociology. This literature comprises one of the main areas of research in both American and international sociology. Students interested in the study of social inequalities will benefit from taking this course not only because it familiarizes one with this body of research, but also because it presents an organized frame of reference within which it is possible to construct research questions.
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Social Class and Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Karen Miller-Loessi
Fall 2002
This course offers a broad overview of social stratification: what it is, what are its causes, and what are its consequences. The first part of the course will be primarily theoretical and historical, first examining major theories about the causes of stratification and then briefly reviewing the historical development of stratification systems from earliest times. The second part of the course will be primarily oriented to the contemporary social problems associated with social stratification.
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Social Class Inequality [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Joya Misra
1999, spring
In this class, you will be introduced to a sociological perspective on social class inequality. Sociologists study inequality in society by focusing primarily on class differences, power differences, and status differences, such as race and gender. These elements are linked together inextricably to create and reinforce inequalities. This course begins by exploring class, race, and gender inequalities in the educational system. Students groups research this topic and then present their findings in class. Next, we discuss some ways that sociologists explain class, race, and gender inequalities. The rest of the semester will be spent considering the different class positions of people in our society - the upper (ruling) class, the middle class, the working class, and finally the poor. Throughout the semester, we will pay particular attention to the impact of race and gender on class locations. This course is interactive, and students will be expected to participate in every class session, take part in one group presentation, and lead discussion twice over the course of the semester. While most students will not spend the rest of their lives taking multiple choice exams, they will need to learn how to communicate effectively with others. Participating and leading discussions and taking part in class presentations help develop this skill.
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Race, Gender, Class and Ethnicity [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Suzanne Model
Fall 2002
Sociology 106 has two basic aims: to introduce the student to the sociological way of thinking and to apply that way of thinking to a historical analysis of inequality in America. In the context of this course, the sociological way of thinking includes the following skills: considering structural as well as individual level explanations for social facts, viewing events as multi rather than uni-determined, distinguishing between a stereotype and a statistically based generalization, and explaining social change in terms of causes that themselves incorporate change.
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Social Class Inequality [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 28-01-2003
Suzanne Model
Fall 2002
The goal of Sociology 224 is to acquaint students with the definitions, causes and consequences of social class inequality. While the main focus is the contemporary US, many of the readings examine these topics in historical perspective. The course is divided into four parts: defining and measuring social class inequality, functionalist explanations for social class inequality, conflict explanations for social class inequality, and the relationship between social class and "life style".
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Social Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 28-01-2003
Ted Mouw
Spring 2002
This course is an introductory survey of social stratification, class, and inequality. The topics have been selected to cover the broad range of research on inequality in sociology. The theoretical perspective, however, is interdisciplinary, and a central concern of the course will be contrasting Weberian, functionalist, Marxist, and neo-classical Economic views of the causes of consequences of inequality.
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Social Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 28-01-2003
Ted Mouw
Spring 2001
Social stratification is the study of inequality in society. In this course we will try to answer six important questions about American society:
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