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Sociology Organization I

This course will focus on sociological approaches to understanding interaction with media outlets in a theoretically informed manner. The intention of the course is to create a space whereby we may critically examine various media outlets and products as a production and consider the social aspects and impacts of media ownership, technological change, economics, politics, body representation, privacy, new media, etc. We will discuss a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches for sociological inquiry of media.

SOCIOL 2I03

Sociology Organization I

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes

This course will focus on sociological approaches to understanding interaction with media outlets in a theoretically informed manner. The intention of the course is to create a space whereby we may critically examine various media outlets and products as a production and consider the social aspects and impacts of media ownership, technological change, economics, politics, body representation, privacy, new media, etc. We will discuss a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches for sociological inquiry of media.


Prerequisite(s): SOCIOL 1A06 A/B Antirequisite(s): LABR ST 2I03, 2I06, 3I03, SOCIOL 2I06