First year module
Lecturer: Dr Shelley Budgeon
The course introduces students to the central issues of inequality and social divisions in modern society and their role in the development of sociological thought. The course will introduce students to the main traditions of sociological thinking about inequality and to key debates about the role of class, gender and ethnicity in modern societies.
By the end of the module the student should be able to:
Understand the importance of inequality in modern societies.
Understand processes of class, gender and ethnicity and the relation among them.
Understand the role of inequality as an issue in the development of sociological thought and research.
Term One: 2000 summative essay (30%)
Term Three: 3 hour examination (70%)