Minor in Sociology and Social Anthropology of Social Justice and Inequality - Society, Politics, and Culture SOSA 2261   Society, Politics, and Culture
You may not think of yourself as political, but power is a process of everyday life. Although it is often assumed to be located in economic and political institutions, it is also important to consider that “the personal is political” and this too contributes to the negotiation of power. This course will explore how social processes affect and are shaped by material, institutional, and normative pressures. Contemporary examples of the intersection of these social forces will show how sociology and social anthropology can be used to identify otherwise hidden relationships.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: One 1000 level SOSA course or FYP