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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 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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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: 25-01-2003
Laura Nichols
Fall 2001
This course is organized into four major parts. In the first part of the course we will be introduced to major concepts that are used to study stratification as well as talk about what stratification and inequality look like in the world and the United States. In the second part we will focus on what early and contemporary social theorists describe as the causes for stratification. The third part of the course will allow you to think about and observe what life is like for those living at various levels of the stratification system. And the last part of the course will bring you back to campus to tie together everything we have learned in considering the role of education and other policies that have been proposed to deal with the consequences and causes of inequality.
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Social Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Jerry C. Jolley
Spring 2001
This course is designed to analyze the major dimensions of social stratifications--class, status, and power--and to evaluate the impact of inequality on the institutions and individuals in society.
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Social stratification and class [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 18-01-2003
Neil Fligstein
The purpose of this course is to introduce the students to the central ideas in the field of social stratification and class, to consider the experiences of various groups from the point of view of these theories, and consider how unequal resources affect many kinds of life chances.
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Sociology of Economic Development [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 19-12-2009
Gary G. Hamilton

The 19th and early 20th century founders of social science were deeply involved in analyzing the social, political, and economic changes that they observed in their own societies. The major theoretical perspectives about transformative changes date from this formative period. Despite the continuing currency of these early perspectives, the focused study of development dates from the post World War II era. From this period, we have gone through two and have entered a third "climate of opinion." Each climate of opinion contains a "circle of discourse" that connects what is perceived to be happening in the world to how theorists analyze social, political, and economic changes. The task of the course is to recognize the sociology of global and historical theorizing as an essential component of trying to understand the world in which we live.

We will examine both a changing world and changing views of the world in each of the three periods. In the first period immediately following World War II, a period in which the cold war developed, a number of sociologists and economists began systematically to investigate Third World societies--societies outside the capitalist and communists worlds. These observers argued for a theory of inevitable endogenous change toward capitalist development and political democracy; this theory became known as modernization theory.

In the 1960s, with the outbreak of the Vietnam war and of many mass movements, social theorists turned towards Marxian analysis and historical, comparative perspectives in order to decipher the changing world as then perceived. In this period, development theorists began passionately to argue for critical, trans-societal views of global change. This line of theorizing encompasses both world systems theory and theories of dependent development.

In the last decades, first with the rapprochement of the communist and capitalist worlds and then with the collapse of communism as a state system and Marxism as a viable political ideology, the sociology of development has begun to take another decisive shift. Recently, theorists are trying to combine views of global market processes with more institutional and organizational views of local and regional societies.

This first half of the course emphasizes the formative period in which the major paradigms of analysis were first formulated and the first two post-war circles of discourse. Then, in the second half of the course, we concentrate on the current circle of discourse.

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Sociology of Work and Employment [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 02-02-2007
Jonathan Zeitlin
Work, like the biblical poor, has always been with us. But its social organization and technological content have varied widely across time, space, and industrial sector. Employment or paid work, by contrast, is inherently a social construction, whose boundaries in relation to other types of activity like household labor, leisure, retirement, or unemployment are institutionally and culturally defined. In most developed countries, employment is also a social and legal status, which carries with it distinctive rights and obligations (at least for certain sections of the workforce), such as protection from arbitrary dismissal, subordination to managerial authority, procedures for collective representation, and entitlements to benefits like paid vacations, pensions, and health care. Both the boundaries of employment and the status associated with it are thus historically contingent constructs which differ significantly from one country to another, and are currently being renegotiated in response to a variety of pressures, from globalization and technological innovation to the expansion of the service sector, demographic trends, and changing household/family structures. This course is designed to provide a selective introduction to key themes in the sociology of work and employment. It brings comparative, historical, and theoretical perspectives to bear on understanding contemporary transformations of work and employment in the ‘new economy’, with particular emphasis on the United States, Western Europe, and Japan. Topics covered will include: Fordism and post-Fordism; scientific management and mass production; flexible specialization and lean production; the diffusion of new forms of work organization such as teams, cells, and project groups; the relationship between technology and workforce skills; training systems and skill formation; the social construction of employment; the ‘invention’ and redefinition of unemployment and retirement; household labor and women’s employment; job stability and the growth of non-standard forms of employment; workers’ changing expectations and experience of careers at work; collective representation and employment regulation; employment policies for a new economy. The course is open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students. It will be taught through a mixture of lectures and in-class discussions.
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Status Inconsistency Conception [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-08-2003
Svetlana Sablina
Спецкурс, разработанный Светланой Саблиной - доцентом кафедры социологии Новосибирского государственного университета, является уникальным. Во-первых, данный курс, насколько нам известно, не читается ни в одном университете мира. Во-вторых, специально под этот курс разработано учебно-методическое пособие, в котором не только представлены концепции статусной рассогласованности, но и даны основы для эмпирического исследования данного социального феномена. В-третьих, эта программа разработана как для чтения лекций, так и для проведения семинарских занятий. В данном случае мы представляем Вашему вниманию английскую версию спецкурса.
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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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