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SOANĀ 291: History of Sociological Theory

This course provides an overview of the major thinkers who sought to create a science of human society, the ideas they found fundamental to a science of society and how human society changes through history. Classical thinkers such as Marx, Durkheim, Simmel, Weber, and Mead are studied along with the schools of theory which they inspired: positivism, interpretive and critical conflict theory. Offered annually in the spring semester.
Prerequisite: one sociology/anthropology course. Open to sociology/anthropology majors only.

Africa and the Americas

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...SOAN 261 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective SOAN...and Reconstruction Era HIST 291 Introduction to African...

Management Studies

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...Press SOAN 236 The Arab World SOAN 237...289 Journalistic Writing ENGL 291 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction...

Media Studies

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...289 Journalistic Writing ENGL 291 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction...372 The Russian Press SOAN 264 Race and...