SOCI-3136EL – Sociology of Self, Mind and Identity

This course will examine the sociological views on the self, mind and identity in both local and global contexts. Students in sociology, psychology and education will find the course of interest. Discussions of theories and research of self, mind and identity will illuminate such sociological issues as: pedagogy; power and powerlessness; thought and knowledge; narrative and art; the politics of identity; interpersonal communication; psychotherapy; mental health; and the mind of the corporation. Students may not retain credit for both SOCI 4126 & 3126. PREREQ: SOCI 1015 or instructor?s permission. (lec 3) cr 3

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