SociologySOCY 252 Symbolic Interactionism and Sociology of Emotions

Examines classic and contemporary theories and concepts that play a major role in sociological studies of identity, symbolic and social interaction, and the sociology of emotions. Examines how cultural forms, rules, and rituals define, structure, and mediate emotions and how identities are situated within social institutions.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5