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Selected Topics in Social Processes: Cultural Analysis [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 07-02-2004
Michèle Lamont
Курс охватывает следующие основные темы: состояние современной американской культурной социологии; сравнительные исследовательские стратегии (национальный характер – культурный репертуар – культурные структуры); символические границы, логика действия, принципы оценки и сети; идентичность – класс – гендер и лингвистический поворот; культура – раса – этничность – иммиграция; перспективы развития исследований статуса и культурного потребления-восприятия
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Опубликовано на портале: 13-07-2005
Erik Olin Wright
The concept of class is one of the most contested concepts within sociology. Sometimes this is just a question of how the word class is being used, but behind the alternative uses of the term there often lurks deeper theoretical disagreements about how best to understand the nature and consequences of economic inequality in contemporary societies. This seminar will explore in a systematic and rigorous manner the full range of alternative conceptualizations of class. The focus will be on contemporary approaches, although there will be some attention to classic statements.
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Seminar in Gender Stratification [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 28-01-2003
Linda Grant
Fall Semester 2001
This course is an advanced-level doctoral seminar in gender stratification. We will review classical and contemporary theories of gender stratification advanced by scholars in sociology and related disciplines and then examine gender stratification gender stratification as it operates in the context of major social and cultural institutions, including the labor market, the family, the welfare system and the state, academia, science, education, medicine and health care, the organization of sexuality, and the like. The seminar presumes that students will have a basic grounding in Sociology of Gender and/or Structured Inequality. We will cover approaches that have been identified as feminist as well as those that have not.
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Seminar in Political Behavior [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-06-2003
Michael D. Martinez
Spring 2002
Целью семинарских занятий по курсу "Политическое поведение" является знакомство с литературой по политическому поведению и бихевиоризму в целом для понимания того, насколько необходимо изучение подобных вопросов для дальнейших исследований в области политических наук. Каждую неделю семинар начинается с обзора литературы и дискуссии по определенной теме, оценке, насколько хорошо эта группа литературы отвечает на основные научные вопросы по проблемам политического поведения. Курс заканчивается написанием индивидуальной итоговой работы по проблемам политического поведения.
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Seminar in Political Socialization and Cognition [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 06-07-2003
Michael D. Martinez
Fall 2000
Целью семинарских занятий по курсу "Политическая социализация и познание" является знакомство с литературой по проблемам политической социализации, социального влияния и политического познания, изучение которой необходимо для проведения дальнейших исследований в области политических наук. Каждую неделю семинар начинается с обзора литературы и дискуссии по определенной теме. Обсуждаются классические материалы, примеры из современной жизни (результаты исследований по социальной психологии или политической науке с использованием психологических понятий).
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Seminar on theories of the state [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 17-01-2003
Erik Olin Wright
This seminar has two primary objectives:
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Seminar on the theory of the state (1995) [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 23-12-2002
Erik Olin Wright
At the core of this seminar is a moral and political concern: to what extent is it possible to achieve a more egalitarian, humane and democratic society within a capitalist society? It is a fundamental tenet of Marxist theories of the state that the state in capitalist society is deeply shaped and constrained by the class relations of capitalism, but this leaves quite open the extent to which progressive change can be achieved within those constraints. At one extreme is classical Leninism, which sees the capitalist state as so profoundly imbued with a capitalist character that even where nominally democratic institutions exist, there is little prospect for progressive change. The state is fundamentally a "superstructure": its form and structures functionally reproduce the basic class relations of capitalism. As a result, to use Lenin's expression, the state must be smashed; serious reforms in an egalitarian direction will inevitably fail or be reversed. At the other extreme is classical social democracy which viewed state apparatuses as basically class neutral and regarded class structure as simply one among a variety of obstacles to be overcome. Popular mobilization, particularly when organized through a coordination of the labor movement and socialist parties, had the potential to gradually reform capitalism in a radically egalitarian direction through social democratic state policies. Between these extremes are a varietry of theoretical and political positions which see the constraints on radical change imposed by the capitalist state as variable, both in terms of the kinds of changes they permit and the extent to which struggles can transform the constraints themselves. The "contradictory functionality" of the state creates a complex, variable political space within which egalitarian, democratic, and even emancipatory politics can be pursued.

The central task of this seminar, then, is to explore a range of theoretical and empirical issues that bear on the problem of understanding such possibilities for radical, egalitarian politics in capitalist societies. Above all we will focus on the problem of the complex interconnections between class, the economy, and the state. To develop the theoretical tools to approach these issues we will have to grapple with some fairly abstract of conceptual questions: what does it mean to say that the state has a "class character"? What is the difference between an external constraint on state actions imposed by class relations and an internal institutionalization of class constraints within the state itself? What does it mean to describe the state as having "autonomy" -- relative, potential, limited or absolute? The seminar, however, will not primarily grapple with these issues at a purely abstract conceptual level. Rather, in most of the sessions we will focus on specific historical/empirical problems through which we will refine the conceptual tools and build our theoretical understanding.
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Social Change in the Modern World [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 07-04-2004
Matthew David
Курс предназначен не только для студентов-социологов, но для всех, кого интересует проблематика социального изменения и становления общества модерна. При этом во многом обсуждение этих проблем происходит под «культурологическим» углом, через анализ изменения форм мышления, коммуникации, развития науки и идеологии и т.д. Курс уделяет особое внимание рассмотрению вопросов глобализации и проблематичности вестернизации.
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Social Class [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
Ron Lembo
Fall 2002
This course will explore various ways that class matters in the United States. Historical accounts will be used in conjunction with sociological theories to discuss the formation of classes, including discourses and myths of class, in American society. Class will then serve as a lens to examine the origins and characteristics of social stratification and inequality in the U.S. The bulk of the course material will focus on more contemporary issues of class structure and class culture, paying particular attention to relations between and across classes as well as to how social class is actually lived out in American society, including the role class plays in the formation of identity and the ways it lends coherence (or not) to daily life. Among other things, we will explore the role that class plays in the reproduction of power and privilege as well as the ways that it figures in challenging that power and privilege. Wherever possible, attention will be paid to the intersection of class relations and practices with race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality, among other things. Sociological and anthropological studies, literature, autobiographies, and films, and other kinds of accounts will be used to discuss these issues.
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Social Class and Inequality [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 25-01-2003
James A. Crone
2002
Курс посвящен социальной стратификации. Ключевые темы: определение неравенства и других ключевых понятий социальной стратификации, изучение основных измерений неравенства: денег, власти и престижа, исследование истории неравенства, изучение причин и социальных последствий неравенства, исследование классов, мобильности, изучение легитимации неравенства через идеологию, верования, ценности, законы, неформальные нормы и методы социального контроля и т.д.
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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 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 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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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 Inequality [учебная программа]
Опубликовано на портале: 07-10-2003
Claudia Buchmann
Fall 2002
This course examines the complex phenomenon of social inequality. Social inequality refers to the vertical classifications or hierarchical relations by which human populations are differentially valued. Patterns of inequality are observable across social settings such as the family, the community, social institutions (i.e., the educational system, the legal system), the nation-state, and the global system. In this course we will examine theories and patterns of social inequality in a wide range of contexts. After examining major theories about why inequality exists and persists in societies, we will spend several weeks discussing disparities between social classes (the working poor, the middle class, and the power elite) in the United States. Thereafter we will investigate race, ethnicity, gender and age as the bases of inequality. Finally, we will focus on stratification on a global level.
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