SOC 492 - Sociological TheorySociological theory as an appreciation and a critique of modernity; the classical tradition as formulated by Marx, Durkheim, Weber and others, such as Simmel and Mead; the relevance of this tradition to the understanding of both contemporary sociological theory and the promises and discontents of contemporary modern societies. Prerequisite: Junior or senior status. (3 cr. hr.)
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