[SOCI 311] Contemporary Sociological Theories
An introduction to modern theoretical perspectives on social behavior. Starting with sociological theorists from the second half of the 20th century, we advance to survey a variety of modern and postmodern viewpoints, including symbolic interactionist and dramaturgical theory, exchange theory, feminist and critical theory, and globalization theory. This course is especially recommended for students intending to pursue advanced degrees.
Contemporary Sociological Theories
Prerequisite: Sociology 100 or 150, Sociology 200, or consent of instructor.