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SOCY 4931 Important Readings in Sociology (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Ordinarily, students will take this course during the spring of their junior year. The purpose of this seminar will be to read and discuss a series of books that are generally thought to be important contributions to the field. The books chosen will reflect a range of substantive issues, methodological approaches, and theoretical perspectives. The abiding question throughout this seminar class will be the following: What are the characteristics of powerful and compelling sociological work?

Instructor(s): Paul Gray

Prerequisites: With permission of the Department. Permission of the department.

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Comments: This course is designed as the first in the sequence of courses required of students who have been admitted into the Sociology Department's Undergraduate Honors Program.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17