A critical survey of classical social theory of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The course will also examine the subsequent emergence of theories regarding other dimensions of social life - such as race, gender, sexuality, generational phenomena, and modern communication technologies - that classical theory did not adequately address. (offered every Spring.)
4 credits
Lower Division
Approaches to Creation and Analysis | The Social & Behavioral Sciences
The Capacities | Understanding Diversity
The Interdisciplinary Clusters | Great Books, Modern Ideas, Western Perspectives