Faculty of Arts


SOCIOL 203

Social Reality


Description

Sociologists construe ideology as ideas that conceal social inequalities. This course explores the meaning of ideology and some of its related concepts, such as hegemony, discourse and subjugation. It then critically analyses some of the most pervasive contemporary ideologies. Although not exhaustive, examples include beliefs about personal responsibility, corporate job creators, faith in technology, and crime and deviance. 

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Availability 2017

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Points

SOCIOL 203: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

60 points passed from BA courses 


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