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Sociology of Work and Occupations

This course examines theory and research in the sociology of occupations. Topics include the emergence of competing occupations in jurisdictions such as health, education, law, engineering, and academe, and their shifting demographics. Consideration will be given to macro, meso and micro factors influencing the professions with emphasis on current issues including globalization and the 'knowledge economy.

SOCIOL 718

Sociology of Work and Occupations

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes

This course examines theory and research in the sociology of occupations. Topics include the emergence of competing occupations in jurisdictions such as health, education, law, engineering, and academe, and their shifting demographics. Consideration will be given to macro, meso and micro factors influencing the professions with emphasis on current issues including globalization and the 'knowledge economy.


Paul Glavin

Assistant Professor