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AUSOC437 - Symbolic Interactionism

Review of the theoretic contributions that symbolic interactionism has made to sociological inquiry. Taking a review of the conceptual groundwork laid by the pragmatists as its point of departure, the course confronts the work of theorists such as C. H. Cooley, W. I. Thomas, G. H. Mead, and H. Blumer. Classic debates within this tradition are examined relative to more contemporary responses. Prerequisite: *6 at a senior level in Sociology.

Fall Term 2018

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Fall Term 2018 - LEC 1A01 (71455)

MWF 09:45:00 - 10:45:00 (AU LIB 2 103)
Instructor: osborne@ualberta.ca - Profile

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