Module: Sociology (access to H.E.)
1. Understand the nature of sociological theory and the ways in which sociological theories can be evaluated
2. Discuss the origins of sociological theory and the work of three major 19th century theorists
Incorporate selected information into his or her knowledge base
• Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose
• Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding the use of information, and access and use information ethically and legally
What does a person need to know today to...
B. A. – 2nd Semester – Summer Drive 2012
Subject Name: Political Thinkers.
Subject code: BAE 202
4 credits (60 marks)
1. Explain Rousseau’s relation with the French Revolution.
According to this testimony, it would seem that Rousseau's influence extended...
Marxist framework, social theorist Fredric Jameson links the emergence of particular art aesthetics with the development of a specif ic Western economic system in his text, Postmodernism, or, the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism (1990). With latecapitalism as the current economic environment, Jameson...
monuments. Stukeley and his peers were greatly concerned about the lack of official protection for the ancient monuments of Britain but had little political sway. It was often the case that the only power the society had to conserve the ancient monuments was through producing detailed drawings
up to the individuals how well, or even whether, they translate learning into practice. However, thoughtful and resourceful business ethics educators can facilitate the development of awareness of what is and is not ethical; help individuals and groups realize their ethical tolerance and decision-making...
law, flexibility but fundamental principles.
Theoretical foundations: Hobbes, Locke, Paine. (The Age of Enlightenment, social contract theory, 17th C England, context = wars)
Social contract theory: the legitimacy of authority rests on ‘consent’ of those subject to it. Autonomous individuals must exercise...
genuine sensitivities to which
it appealed; Pride and Prejudice (begun 1796; published 1813) shows how sanity and intelligence
can break through the opacities of social custom. The limitation suggested by her narrow range
of settings and characters is illusory; working within these chosen limits...
While I love all the [fill in the blank] Of The Day ideas I've heard of and seen in action (word of the day, poem of the day, quote of the day), I can think of none that my classes need more than ongoing reasons to study literature.
Here's my initial list. You'll find some overlap here and there...
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The role of freedom in political life is often taken for granted. Were one limited to the daily news, one would think that politics had largely been absorbed by economics, that its chief function was promoting the growth of the economy. Even when...
Urban Modernity in NY (1908) and Ash Can artists
General: The thrills of technology, such as coney island, city of wonders, also had the nitty gritty, more poverty and realistic side of the city with the ash can artists
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RAWLSIAN STANDARDS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
John Rawls’ A Theory on Justice establishes standards by which we may evaluate justice in society. In assessing the United States in light of the Rawlsian principles of social justice, it is evident that America falls short of these standards, and yet this discord...
("good" or "well") and τόπος ("place"), means "good place". This, due to the identical pronunciation of "utopia" and "eutopia", gives rise to a double meaning.
hronologically, the first recorded utopian proposal is Plato's Republic. Part conversation, part fictional depiction, and part policy proposal...
http://csi.sagepub.com/ Addressing Technological Change: The Challenge to Social Theory
Judy Wajcman Current Sociology 2002 50: 347 DOI: 10.1177/0011392102050003004 The online version of this article can be found at: http://csi.sagepub.com/content/50/3/347
implicitly dedicated to the proposition that personal identity is not inside us. There are two types of argument. The first is that identity is relational, meaning that it is not to be found inside a person but that it inheres in the relations between a person and others. According to this argument, the explanation...
what do we leanr: first term: the tools of politics
* what are they
* what are core concepts
* what role do citizdens play
* can citizens make decision
* why don’t we trust citizens
* are citizens tuned out of society
* relationshjip of tools in politics and the object...
such definitions as “legal norm”, “legal relation”, “subject of law” etc. Because of their abstract nature, these concepts are equally applicable to any branch of law; their logical and systematic meaning remains the same irrespective of the specific content to which they are applied. No one would deny...
Forum for Development Studies | Approach
On the Meaning of Development: An Exploration of the CapabilityNo. 2-2001 263
On the Meaning of Development: An Exploration of the Capability Approach
Why do we, time and again, return to the question: ‘what is development...
discover the fundamental principles of the sciences, the arts, and the world that the sciences and arts deal with; the word philosophy is from the Greek for “love of wisdom.”
• the academic discipline concerned with making explicit the nature and significance of ordinary and scientific beliefs and...