Contemporary Sociological Theory

This course is a study of contemporary sociological perspectives to include a broad range of theories from structural functionalism to post-modernism. Varieties of contemporary theories include neofunctionalism, neo-Marxism, exchange theory, symbolic Interactionism, Ethnomethodology, feminism, agency and structure, micro and macro integration theories.

Prerequisite: SOC101 (Classical Sociological Theories)
Credit Units: 3 units, 3 lecture hours/week