Sociology of Everyday Life   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog

SOCI 565 - Sociology of Everyday Life

Uses symbolic interactionist theory to examine the ways in which taken-for-granted aspects of everyday life, such as public space, the workplace, home and family, and popular culture are shaped by microlevel processes. A culminating experience--integrating theory, methods, and scholarly writing--required.

Prerequisites & Notes
PRQ: Graduate standing in Sociology or consent of department.

Credits: 3

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