Major - Exploring Social Conflict and Solidarity

SOCI 2016  Exploring Social Conflict and Solidarity


Three credits of Sociology or Anthropology at the 1000 level or permission of the instructor


SOCI 2015, ANTR 2016


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




Students trace the historical development of social theory. Students learn the classical sociological foundation of theories of society and social change and examine the continuing relevance of classical theories for understanding contemporary society and culture. Students not only become familiar and conversant with classical sociological theories, but also be able to utilize them to better understand and explain the social processes that constitute cooperation or conflict between individuals and larger groups within the 21st Century. This course is also offered as ANTR 2016.

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