Social Theory

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In this course, we explore social theory by focusing on major theorists from several Western countries, including Emile Durkheim, Herbert Marcuse, Karl Marx, George Herbert Mead, and Max Weber. Problems this class addresses include action, belief, change, conflict, consensus, order, power, justice, and self. The goal of the course is the development of broad knowledge of social theory.

 

 

 

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