|FOUNDATIONS OF THEORY - 34630 - SOCY 202 - 002
Associated Term: Fall 2020
Monroe Park Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
Learning Objectives: Student Learning Outcomes 1. Understand the contributions of major classical theorists in sociology 2. Identify the strengths and limitations of each theory studied 3. Acquire a sense of how social theory has developed historically 4. Demonstrate the ability to evaluate and discuss theories critically 5. Understand how classical theory is applicable to contemporary society
Required Materials: Edles, Laura and Scott Appelrouth. 2020. Sociological Theory in the Classical Era, Fourth Edition. (**E-Book available to rent for as little as $28. BE SURE to rent 4th edition through Friday, December 4, 2020); https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/sociological-theory-in-the-classical-era/book252455 **Additional readings can be found on Blackboard**
Technical Requirements: This course will be taught synchronously online, meaning WE WILL MEET VIA ZOOM ON MWF from 9 a.m.-9:50 a.m. You must have reliable, stable internet connection. Attendance is expected and will factor into your final grade.
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