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This follows on from level-one sociology. It is designed to highlight the ways that sociological theory informs the research endeavour, not only the questions sociologists raise, but also the particular modes through which we go about investigating them. The module examines these points in relation to a range of micro-level topics – the body, food and feeding, health and illness, the emotions, group behaviour, sex and gender, the life course and death and dying – all of which emphasise the nature of human interaction and sociological efforts to understand it.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
This 30-credit course familiarises students with various issues in micro-sociology, the study of small-scale social arrangements and experiences of everyday life. Particular focus is on the sociological analysis of embodiment, food production and consumption, health, illness and medicine, human feelings, conformity in groups, sex, the life course and death.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
Discussion Board Posts - 20%
A/V Submission - 20%
Essay (2000 words) - 30%
End of term quiz - 30%
There are no assessments for this course.
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