SOCI 0105

Society and the Individual

Society and the Individual
This course examines the ideas and enduring contributions of the giants of modern social theory, including Karl Marx, Max Weber, Emile Durkheim, and Sigmund Freud. Readings will include selections from original works, as well as contemporary essays. Key issues will include the nature of modernity, the direction of social change, and the role of human agency in constructing the "good society." This course serves as a general introduction to sociology. (formerly SOAN 0105) 3 hrs. lect.
Social Sciences
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Spring 2024

SOCI0105A-S24 Lecture (McCallum)

Fall 2023

SOCI0105A-F23 Lecture (Owens)
SOCI0105X-F23 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Y-F23 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Z-F23 Discussion (Owens)

Spring 2023

SOCI0105A-S23 Lecture (McCallum)

Fall 2022

SOCI0105A-F22 Lecture (Han)

Spring 2022

SOCI0105A-S22 Lecture (Han)

Fall 2021

SOCI0105A-F21 Lecture (Owens)
SOCI0105B-F21 Lecture (Bhave)
SOCI0105X-F21 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Y-F21 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Z-F21 Discussion (Owens)

Spring 2021

SOCI0105A-S21 Lecture (Han)

Fall 2020

SOCI0105A-F20 Lecture (Owens)
SOCI0105W-F20 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105X-F20 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Y-F20 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Z-F20 Discussion (Owens)

Spring 2020

SOCI0105A-S20 Lecture (McCallum)

Fall 2019

SOCI0105A-F19 Lecture (Owens)
SOCI0105X-F19 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Y-F19 Discussion (Owens)
SOCI0105Z-F19 Discussion (Owens)