Introduction to Sociological Theory (SOC 233.3)

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SOC 233 02 January 2017 Jennifer Poudrier (primary instructor)
SOC 233 X02 January 2017 Leslie Ehrlich (primary instructor)
 
SOC 233 01 September 2016 Susan Robertson (primary instructor)
SOC 233 61 September 2016 Mitch Daschuk (primary instructor)
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SOC 233 W61 September 2016 Susan Robertson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 233 02 July 2016 Heidi Bickis (primary instructor)
SOC 233 W02 July 2016 Susan Robertson (primary instructor)
 
SOC 233 02 January 2016 Kara Somerville (primary instructor)
SOC 233 X02 January 2016 Leslie Ehrlich (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to sociological theory from its early origins to the contributions of its main founders, Marx, Weber and Durkheim, as well as a selection of contemporary developments including feminism.

Prerequisite(s)

6 credit units of 100-level SOC.

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