SociologySOCY 220 Global Transformation: Macrosociological Perspectives

Classical concepts and contemporary approaches in macrosociology, the study of large-scale, long term social change. Readings drawn primarily from the Marxian and Weberian traditions (new institutionalism, varieties of neo-Marxism, environmental history, state centrism) as they focus on agrarian and industrial structures and commodity chains; household, village, and neighborhood organization; social movements and revolutions; culture, ideology, and consciousness; policy analysis; comparative urban, national, and civilizational development.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to sociology graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Steven McKay