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Sociology 1100 Introduction to Sociology View Details
Sociological exploration of society, culture, social interaction and power relations. Topics may include (but not limited to): crime, economy, education, environment, gender, globalization, health and society, racial and class inequality, urbanization.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2110 Food, Culture, and Society View Details
A survey of the study of food through a socio-cultural lens. We will examine the symbolic meanings of food and investigate how food practices intersect with gender, race, social class, age and place. We explore the relationship of individuals in society to food systems, production and consumption patterns, health, nutrition and the body, the environment, food policy, and food security.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 2112 with topic title "Food, Culture, and Globalization" may not take Sociology 2110 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2111 Perspectives in Social Thought View Details
An introduction to selected theoretical frameworks in the sociological tradition.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: A required course for Sociology majors.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2112 Special Topics View Details
The topic of this course will vary according to the interests and availability of staff members.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2113 Environmental Sociology View Details
Introduction to the major theoretical perspectives in environmental sociology, learning to apply them to a variety of contemporary environmental issues.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2213 Social Problems in Canada View Details
Analysis of cultural forces that create diverse problem areas in contemporary Canadian society.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 2203 may not take Sociology 2213/2214 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2214 Current Issues in Social Problems View Details
Examination of issues and theories in the study of social problems with particular attention to contemporary Canadian society.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 2213
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 2203 may not take Sociology 2213/2214 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2221 Crime and Society View Details
A study of criminal behaviour; nature and incidence of crime and delinquency; theories of crime causation and prevention; punishment and reform.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2301 The Sociology of Law View Details
A study of the social aspects of law: the passage of laws; the profession and practice of law; the use of law for social control; and, the law as a means of conflict resolution. Emphasis is given to the topic of social change via law reform in Canada.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2501 Family Sociology View Details
An analysis of function, structure and organization of family institution in various cultural settings. Contemporary problems, their social implication, and alternative family forms will be discussed.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 2501/Gerontology 2501
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Notes: Women's Studies Group 1 Course
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Sociology 2509 Sociology of Health and Illness View Details
A study of the social and cultural dimensions of health and illness. Topics may include: the social organization of medicine; social determinants of health status; lay perspectives on health, illness and the body; the experience of illness and health care; and the impact of social change on medical beliefs and practice.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 2509
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 3509/Gerontology 3509 may not take Sociology 2509/Gerontology 2509 for credit.
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Sociology 2555 Media, Culture, and Society View Details
Offers a conceptual understanding of media from a sociological viewpoint, and considers issues of contemporary media in the context of Canadian society and culture.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Media Studies 2555
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 3555 may not take Sociology 2555 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 2755 Technology, Society and Indigenous Peoples in Canada View Details
Examines the relationships between science, technology, social institutions and culture, with a focus on how these issues impact Canada's Indigenous Peoples.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type E: Indigenous Content

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Sociology 2817 Sociology of the North View Details
An examination of society in Canada's northern regions. While emphasis will be on the Canadian provincial north, comparisons will be made with similar areas in Scandinavia and the Soviet Union. Topics to be discussed include: theories of regionalism; the social implications of the ecological and economic base; and class, gender and ethnic relations.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Northern Studies 2817/Environmental Studies 2817
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Sociology 2911 Foundations of Sociological Research View Details
A focus on the skills and knowledge required to carry out sociological research including the meaning of methodology, research design, the purpose and structure of a literature review, measurement, sampling procedures, survey design, and field research/ethics.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: A required course for Sociology majors.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3103 Seminar in Selected Sociological Topics View Details
May be taken twice providing the topics are different and taken under different professors.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3105 Directed Reading* View Details
A reading and research course for sociology majors with emphasis on specialty areas in sociology. Students will meet with an appropriate professor for tutorials throughout the year.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Completion of at least three courses in sociology and permission of the Department*
Special Topic: Yes
Notes: *Before registering in this course, students must obtain the written permission of the professor who will direct their work; permission of the department chair is also necessary.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3107 Sociology of Women View Details
An analysis of the social, economic and political status of women in North American society and in a global context. Topics to be examined may include women's experience of work and family; violence against women; health, sexuality and reproduction; and strategies for social change.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 3107
Notes: Women's Studies Group 1 Course
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3111 Sociology of the Body View Details
Explores the significance of the body in everyday life and the various ways that embodiment affects social interaction. In this capacity, it will cover a number of core sociological themes, including sexuality and gender, race and ethnicity, class, and power. It will also draw on a diverse array of perspectives outside sociology to showcase the multiple ways that meaning resides in and is made possible by the human body.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Course only open to 3rd year students and above.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3112 Sociology of Mental Disorder View Details
Introduces various sociological theories of mental health and illness, examining historical and contemporary examples. We focus on how definitions of mental disorders are socially constructed, the influence of social factors on the diagnoses of healthcare professionals, and how culture influences who are labelled "mentally ill."
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 4112 may not take Sociology 3112 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3113 Special Topics in Sociology View Details
The topic of this course will vary according to the interests and the availability of staff members.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3114 Gender and Health View Details
An exploration of gender and health from a critical sociological and intersectional perspective with attention to patterns of health and illness, health behaviours and practices, and the evolving gendered history of health professions and informal care. The role of critical social, feminist and queer theorists in re-framing approaches to sex and gender in health research, policy and education will be explored. Contemporary debates and challenges in the local and global health arena and our place as sociologists within those debates will be discussed.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 3114
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3115 Food, Gender, and Health View Details
An exploration of food, gender and health. We interrogate how femininity and masculinity, as these intersect with race, ethnicity, sexuality, social class, age and place, are constructed through the socio-cultural, material and embodied domains of food. We will examine how gender and health are constructed through everyday food practices, beliefs about nutrition and healthy eating advice, representations of food and the body, food memories, food production, and food security.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 3115
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3116 Sociology of Violence View Details
A critical examination of the relationship between violence and social life. While violence is increasingly normalized, assumed, and taken for granted in today’s society, deeper questions often go unnoticed: Is violence always physical? How does violence affect a person’s sense of self? Can social situations promote or hinder violence? Are humans naturally violent? A wide variety of contemporary topics will be used to explore these issues.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students must be in 3rd year or above
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3117 Monsters, Monstrous Bodies, and the Evil Other View Details
A critical examination of the appearance of monsters and evil others within various forms of literature, cultural representation, and myth. Although the analysis itself will be distinctly sociological and draw on familiar concepts like belonging, the body, and meaning, the sources drawn on will necessarily fall outside standard social theory.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Restricted to students in 3rd year or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3205 "Race," Ethnicity, and Social Justice View Details
Critical Evaluations of the historical and contemporary positions of various ethno-cultural, racialized, and indigenous groups in the context of democracy and social justice, both here and abroad.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 1100 or permission of the Chair of the Department of Sociology

Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 2205 may not take Sociology 3205 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3213 Urban Life and Culture View Details
A study of the historical rise and development of cities throughout the world. Students will examine factors influencing the growth of cities and the effects of urbanization on life styles and values; they will survey the literature dealing with urban-rural contrasts.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3311 Research Techniques and Data Analysis View Details
This course will introduce basic statistics including measures of central tendency, variability, and association, significance tests, and statistical analysis using SPSS.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 and 2911, or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Required course for honours students
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3312 Qualitative Methods View Details
Students will gain practical experience in qualitative study design. Topics will include observational techniques, interviews, research ethics, purposeful sampling, coding, data analysis and presentation. Applications to sociological research will be emphasized.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 2911

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3410 Early Sociological Theory View Details
A critical evaluation of key theorists.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 and 2111 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Required course for honours students
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3411 Contemporary Sociological Theory View Details
A critical evaluation of key social theorists since the mid 20th century.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 and 2111, or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Required course for honours students
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3455 Digital Technology and Society View Details
Examines the complex and changing relationships between digital technologies and society, and their impact on class, gender, and ethno-cultural relations in different institutional settings, including the reorganization of work and the global economy.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Media Studies 3455
Offering: 3-0; or, 3-0

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Sociology 3501 Sociology of Education View Details
The school as a social institution and its relation to other institutions. An examination of cultural values and educational aims; recruitment of students and educators; social origin of students and educators; role allocations in classroom, with peers and in the community.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3505 The Sociology of Work View Details
Sociological consideration of the special nature of work in industrial societies. Analysis of the social organization of work institutions, occupational roles, career patterns, bureaucracy, work processes, and class and power variables, especially as they relate to work in Canada.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of instructor
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3513 Sociology of Aging View Details
An introduction to the study of the social and cultural aspects of human aging with particular emphasis on North American society. Topics may include: theory and research in aging; demographic perspectives; stereotypes and myths; and attempts to create an elder-friendly society.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Gerontology 1110 and 1130 or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 3513
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Sociology 3515 Life Course Studies View Details
A critical examination of aging across the life course, from childhood to old age, with a focus on the interplay of agency and structure in shaping outcomes.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Gerontology 1110 and 1130 or Social Work 1100
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 3515/Social Work 3515
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Sociology 3550 Gender in Contemporary Social Life View Details
An analysis of contemporary debates in the sociology of gender. Evolving gender roles and identities will be explored in a global context with attention to the intersections of difference and social location.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Women's Studies 1100 or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 3550
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 3113 or Women's Studies 3111 with the topic title "Gender", may not take Sociology 3350/Women's Studies 3550 for credit. Women's Studies Group 1 Course
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3613 Canadian Population View Details
Demographic theories and methodologies are applied in the Canadian social context. The course content covers the history of Canadian population growth, specific factors responsible for population change in Canada, and current population issues in Canada, such as lower fertility and population aging.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 2613 may not take Sociology 3613 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3811 Surveillance and Society View Details
An examination of the complex ways that technologies and societies interact to produce feelings of security, fear, control, and/or vulnerability.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 3818 Women in the North View Details
Examines the interplay of gender, race, ethnicity and class from the macro, meso, and micro levels to reveal the complexity and richness of Northern and Indigenous women's lives.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type E: Indigenous Content

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Sociology 4010 Perspectives on Public Health View Details
Examines sociological perspectives on contemporary public health issues. Topics include the construction of population health, risk behavior and social problems (e.g., addiction, injury); health promotion; public health disease prevention programs; surveillance and epidemiology; environmental and occupational health; food scarcity and nutrition; public health clinical practice in urban, rural and remote communities; public health nursing and provider-patient relations; public health research and ethics; public health policy; and the changing relationship between public health, medicine, and the law.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Limited to 3rd year students or above.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4012 Community Transitions View Details
A study of the challenges facing modern Canadian communities. Topics include rural to urban migration and community life; creating communities with a future; the role of essential services such education, healthcare, and transport; clean and safe environments; and social inequality within and between communities.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4013 Food Security in Rural and Northern Communities View Details
An exploration of contemporary and socio-historical perspectives on food security in rural, northern and indigenous communities. Depending on the location and instructor, we will examine contemporary debates on local-global food systems; food charity [food bank] vs. food sovereignty models; the social and health effects of food scarcity and the nutrition transition on well-being and identities; and the role of subsistence activities. We will also investigate responses and resistance strategies to food insecurity.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4014 Women, Health, and Medicine View Details
Provides a sociological analysis of women's experiences of health, illness, and the health care system. A range of contemporary women's health concerns will be addressed in the context of changing social attitudes towards health and gender roles in society. We will examine the historical and contemporary impact of medicine and science on the interpretation and management of women's social, sexual, emotional and reproductive health. Women’s participation in the health care system as consumers, social movement advocates, and as care providers will also be addressed. Rural and northern women’s experiences will be discussed in a global context.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 4014
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4101 Readings in Sociology View Details
A review and analysis of major areas in sociology to meet the needs of individual students.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor and Department chair
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4103 Advanced Seminar on Selected Sociological Topics View Details
May be taken twice providing the topics are different and taken under different professors.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4105 Women and Sociological Theory View Details
A study of the conceptualization of "woman" in sociological theory from the classical mainstream to contemporary feminism. Students will be introduced to a range of current theoretical debates in feminist sociology and examine the relationship of theory and practice in feminist sociological research.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Women's Studies 1100 or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Women's Studies 4105
Notes: Women's Studies Group 1 Course
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4111 Readings in Sociology View Details
A review and analysis of major areas in sociology to meet the needs of individual students.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department
Special Topic: Yes
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4113 Special Topics View Details
The topic of this course will vary according to the interests and availability of instructors.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100, 2111, 2911, or permission of the instructor
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4114 Sociology of Health Care Systems and Delivery in Canada View Details
An examination of contemporary health care issues in Canada and abroad, considering key institutions and actors, debates about the structure and funding of health care services and delivery, as well as issues related to access and use of services.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4250 Law and Society View Details
An examination of different theoretical approaches to the relationship between law and society.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 and one of Sociology 2221, 2301, or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Social Justice 5250
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4313 Problems and Issues in Research View Details
Review and analysis of topical issues in stages of sociological research.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 3310 and 3311
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4317 Quantitative Methods View Details
Application of inferential statistics and sampling methods to sociological research.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 2911, 3310 and 3311; or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Sociology 4307 may not take Sociology 4317 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4411 Advanced Perspectives in Social Theory View Details
Review and analysis of topical issues in sociological theory.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 3410 and 3411 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4511 Sociology of Disability View Details
An examination of competing models for understanding disability and analysis of the consequences of their use.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Gerontology 1110/1130 or Women's Studies 1100, and two FCEs in Sociology or Gerontology or Women's Studies at the third or fourth year level, or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Social Work 4511/Women's Studies 4511/Gerontology 4511/Social Justice 5511
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Women's Studies Group 2 Course
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences

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Sociology 4515 Issues in Social Gerontology View Details
An examination of social issues to be considered in understanding how older people are treated in society. Topics may include: systemic ageism; health and illness; and the creation of gerontological knowledge.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Sociology 1100 or Gerontology 1110/1130, and two FCEs in Sociology or Gerontology at the third or fourth year level, or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Gerontology 4515 and Social Justice 5515
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4517 Society, Culture and Nature View Details
An examination of how classical and contemporary sociological theorists have conceptualized nature and our relationship to it, including the environment, technology, and other aspects of the nonhuman world.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 1100 or Environmental Studies 1120/Geography 1120 or Geography 1140/Environmental Studies 1140; or permission of the instructor and Chair of the Department of Sociology

Cross-List(s): Environmental Studies 4517/Anthropology 4517
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Sociology 4551 Sociology of Food and Nutrition View Details
A examination of the relationships between individual bodies and the social body to food, health and nutrition through critical sociology of health and dietetics perspectives. We will examine socio-historical accounts of public health nutrition and health promotion, environmental nutrition and nutritionism in relation to socio-cultural constructions of risk, bodies, and dietary policies and practices.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 1100, or permission of the Chair of the Department of Sociology

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Sociology 4715 Sociology of Science and Technology View Details
A survey of theoretical debates, empirical studies, and new directions in the sociology of science and technology.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Sociology 1100

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Limited to students in 3rd year or above
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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