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What is sociology?
In this introduction to the discipline of sociology, Dr. Lori Peek overviews the focus, history and approach of sociological inquiry. She defines sociology as the systematic study of society, and the sociological perspective as one that analyzes patterns of individual experience. She identifies several foundation thinkers, including Comte, Marx, Weber and Durkheim, and describes the major theoretical approaches that derive from them. She also focuses on methodological aspects of sociology, defining the scales at which sociologists work and the differences between quantitative and qualitative data gathering and analysis. She highlights some key sociological concepts, including structure and agency, social stratification and inequality. She ends by discussing the future of sociology, and highlights the move toward interdisciplinary work and new methodologies to address wicked problems.
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Berkeley Sociology Forum: Arlie Hochschild presents Strangers in Their Own Land
Introduction (Mara Loveman) - 0:06
Presentation (Arlie Hochschild) - 5:19
With commentaries from:
Cihan Tuğal - 20:33
Raka Ray - 36:30
Paul Pierson - 48:26
Arlie Hochschild presents Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (New Press, 2016) with commentaries from Cihan Tuğal, Raka Ray and Paul Pierson
Introduction to Sociology I Lecture 1.1
Sociology Video Essay 360p
Introduction to Sociology 101
A brief introduction to the course and me.
Lecture 1, Introduction to Sociology (SOCA03 2018-2019 University of Toronto Scarborough)
The first lecture of SOCA03: Introduction to Sociology, taught 2018-2019 at the University of Toronto Scarborough by Lawrence Williams.
Sociology 101 - Class Term Paper
Professor Michael D'Andrea presents details regarding the Sociology 101 class term papers assignment.
Unknowability: How Do We Know What Cannot Be Known? | Psychology and Social Science
The Center for Public Scholarship at The New School ( invites you to Unknowability: How Do We Know What Cannot Be Known?, the 38th Social Research Conference.
From the earliest moments of humanity’s search for answers and explanations, we have grappled with the unknowable, that which we are unable or not permitted to know. What does the history of the unknowable look like? What are the questions once thought to be unanswerable that have been answered? Are there enduring unknowables and if so, what are they?
This conference affords a rare opportunity for scholars from different fields to engage with each other and with the general public on this issue, particularly while we are living in what some might call a post-truth world. At a time when the distinction between what is true and what is not has become increasingly problematic, focusing attention on how we know what we cannot know has become essential.
Presented by the Center for Public Scholarship |
Day 2: Friday, April 5, 2019
Session 3, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM: Psychology and Social Science
- Nicholas Humphrey, Senior Member, Darwin College, Cambridge University
- Alan Fiske, Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Linsey McGoey, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Essex
- Moderator: William Hirst, Malcolm B. Smith Professor and Co-Chair of Psychology, New School for Social Research
Why is Sociological Research? Responses from the Berkeley Faculty
What is Sociology? What is Sociological Research?
Let's learn about how the professors currently teaching at UC Berkeley think about it!
Mod-01 Lec-01 What is sociology?
Introductory Sociology by Prof. A.K. Sharma, Department of Humanities and
Social Sciences,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit
Introduction to Sociology Lecture Part 2
My second part of the intro to sociology lecture. Enjoy!
Berkeley Sociology Forum: Christopher Newfield presents The Great Mistake
Introduction: Michael Burawoy - 0:05
Presentation: Christopher Newfield - 7:12
With commentaries from:
Kim Voss - 29:53
Henry Brady - 44:01
Prudence Carter - 1:00:57
Chris Newfield presents The Great Mistake: How We Wrecked Public Universities and How We Can Fix Them (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016) with commentaries from Kim Voss, Henry Brady and Prudence Carter
Lecture 1 What is Sociology?
For Module 1 in Introduction to Sociology at Emporia State University.
Berkeley Sociology Forum: WENDY BROWN discusses her book UNDOING THE DEMOS
Introduction (Dylan Riley) - 0:04
Presentation (Wendy Brown) - 4:45
With commentaries from:
Marion Fourcade - 21:38
Leslie Salzinger - 38:50
Cihan Tugal - 52:57
Wendy Brown discusses her book, UNDOING THE DEMOS (Zone Books, 2015), at the Berkeley Sociology Forum, March 16, 2016, with Marion Fourcade, Leslie Salzinger and Cihan Tugal
Why study a Sociology degree at university?
Dr Sarah Maltby, lecturer in Sociology at City University London, talks about the relevance of a sociology degree to the workplace and our everyday lives.
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