SOCI 20251. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to widely used quantitative methods in sociology and related social sciences. Instructor(s): Sneha Annavarapu     Terms Offered: Spring Garrido. Do men and women with similar levels of training and who work in similar jobs earn different incomes? The project is an independent research project in which questions are formulated and data are collected and analyzed by the student. SOCI 30298  Schooling and Social Inequality. Spring. This course provides analytical perspectives on citizen preference theory, public choice, group theory, bureaucrats and state-centered theory, coalition theory, elite theories, and political culture. This course introduces conceptual and analytical tools for the micro foundations of macro and intermediate-level social theories, taking as a basis the assumption of rational action. The course should give students a basic understanding about how sampling, questionnaire or interview guide construction, and actual data collection fit together in practical terms. Examples include spatial data integration (spatial join), transformations between different spatial scales (overlay), the computation of "spatial" variables (distance, buffer, shortest path), geovisualization, visual analytics, and the assessment of spatial autocorrelation (the lack of independence among spatial variables). Instructor(s): P. Fugiel     Terms Offered: Spring. Instructor(s): J. What are the employment effects of race, gender, ethnicity, and religion? "Virtual worlds are places of imagination that encompass practices of play, performance, creativity and ritual." This course, open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates, explores a variety of schools of thought that challenge and seek to transcend these assumptions, thereby generating alternative social theories, concepts, epistemologies and approaches. What social variables influence and shape 'real' markets and market activities? 100 Units. 100 Units. Explores how theoretical questions and different types of evidence inform decisions about methodological approach and research design. Instructor(s): M. Garrido     Terms Offered: Spring (Such materials can be found both in print and on the Internet.) Expertise is rapidly moving from professionals to organizations and machines/artifacts. 20000. Instructor(s): A. Abbott     Terms Offered: Winter. Spring. Catalog 2019-2020 This is a reference document. BA Seminar. Global-Local Politics. Spatial data science consists of a collection of concepts and methods drawn from both statistics and computer science that deal with accessing, manipulating, visualizing, exploring and reasoning about geographical data. And how has feminist thought contributed to the critique of consumer capitalism? thesis in a specific concentration. & Publ. We will examine issues of race, ethnic and immigrant settlement in the United States. It has consequences for employment patterns, for expertise institutions like universities and consulting firms, for old and new professions, and for the future structure and content of knowledge itself. You're probably reading this course description online, and perhaps next you'll check your email or social media accounts. 100 Units. The course covers readings for the Sociology Ph.D. Prelim exam in political sociology. Students are required to submit the College Reading and Research Course Form. Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, featured publisher. They study cities and communities, inequality, social mobility and social class, patterns of population change and migration, social identities such as race, class, and gender, ethnic relations and social conflict, social media and digital interaction, and social dimensions of sex, health, business, education, law, politics, religion, and science. Labor Force and Employment. Professions, Organizations, and Machines: Expertise and Power. We will look at major patterns of inequality throughout human history, how they vary across countries, how they are formed and maintained, how they come to be seen as legitimate and desirable, and how they affect the lives of individuals within a society. SOCI 20506. Wealth is more difficult for social researchers to measure than earnings and income, and wealthy people are notoriously uncooperative with efforts to study them and their assets. This course focuses on the role played by society in differential access to all the things society values-such as education, health, money, jobs, status, safety, and respect. This course provides students with an intensive introduction to the foundational theory and research in the field of masculinities studies. A student who wishes to pursue this should contact the Dean of Students in the Divinity School and declare this intention, reviewing the requirements at his or her earliest convenience. Equivalent Course(s): CHST 20506, ENST 20506, ARCH 20506. Who is unemployed? This course will survey the methodological literature in this area, and demonstrate how the hierarchical linear model can be applied to a range of problems. SOCI 30253  Introduction to Spatial Data Science. The documents of record for courses and requirements can be found at the College Catalog and the Graduate Announcement archives. While our survey will be broad, we will treat Chicago and its environs as a case study to comprehend the racial, ethnic, and political challenges in the growth and development of a city. Fear of Food. In this seminar we will consider meanings of religion and politics, and examine their interactions from a comparative perspective. 100 Units. Why do consistent, differential education and economic outcomes exist in American society, and what role does higher education play as a change agent, equalizer, and/or reproducer of society's inequalities? The course introduces the types of spatial data relevant in social science inquiry and reviews a range of methods to explore these data. See "Additional Courses" section for details. How and why do individuals identify themselves with different social groups? Intersectionality, Breaking the Binary, Hashtag Feminism, TERFs, SWERFs, Whimpsters, Woke Misogynists, Commodity Feminists, & Femocracies, Oh My! The readings incorporate classical theoretical statements, contemporary debates, and recent empirical evidence. We will add to and subtract from the readings to match the interests of participants on each topic; the syllabus will list readings as starting point for this process. Globalizing and local forces are generating a new politics in the United States and around the world. Social movements, powerful drivers of social change, are no exception. Defining the Feminist "Fourth Wave" 100 Units. This course provides an introduction and overview of how spatial thinking is translated into specific methods to handle geographic information and the statistical analysis of such information. And why, on the hand, is it so easy to get rich for some participants? This offering of the course is for MAPSS students. Note(s): Must be taken for a quality grade. We will discuss practical steps to put together a research project—from research design to data collection and analysis. Abbott. Equivalent Course(s): ARCH 22105, ENST 12105, GNSE 12105, GLST 22105. Instructor(s): Rebecca Ewert     Terms Offered: Spring SOCI 20515. This course introduces the philosophy and practice of social research. Autumn. Largely drawing on the literature of social movement, revolution, and historical sociology, this seminar surveys the methodologies that social scientists use to construct stories for the cases that interest them, including deductive reasoning, simulation, correlative thinking, mechanism-based analysis, case-based comparison, historical method, dialectics, conceptualization, hermeneutics, and more. Students should address technical questions regarding the program (e.g., required courses, petitions) to the undergraduate program director. In their place formal schooling has become the great generalized influence over who gets access to the desiderata of social life, including food, shelter, political power, and medical care. Applications range from criminology and public health to politics and marketing. SOCI 30504  Professions, Organizations, and Machines: Expertise and Power. It explores questions of causality in social research and the limits of knowledge. Throughout, our goal will be to consider race both as a source of identity and social differentiation as well as a system of privilege, power and inequality affecting everyone in society, albeit in different ways. The course will devote particular attention to research traditions that investigate processes of urban restructuring in relation to a range of contemporary global transformations—including geoeconomic restructuring; neoliberalization and the remaking of state power; financialization and cascading global financial crises; the consolidation of global supply chains and new patterns of industrial development in the global South; and the proliferation of planetary ecological crises under the “Anthropocene.”  This reading-intensive course is intended to introduce Ph.D. students to the foundations of critical urban studies and to provide a broad survey of major themes, methods and debates in this dynamic research field. Also, we shall explore the classic and contemporary literature on race and inter-group dynamics. SOCI 40177  Coding and Analyzing Qualitative Data: Using Open-Source Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS). Offered 2020-21 So it is that schooling is sociologically interesting for reasons that go well beyond education. Stolzenberg. Though the course focuses primarily on higher education in the US, we will also cover topics in elementary and secondary education in the US, as well as from an international comparative perspective. The information and ideas discussed in this course are critical for students who will go on in sociology and extremely useful for students who want to be informed about current social, economic, and political issues. The proposal should include a theme with three (or more) courses in sociology or related fields that students have completed or are completing within that domain. This course introduces students to contemporary debates on the significance and implications of group identification within the context of ethnic conflict. Bell. Authors include Weber, Durkheim, Simmel, Dewey, Parsons, and Merton. What, if anything, happened to unions? Grading. Students must submit the College's General Petition Form for review. Students in the Class of 2019 and beyond are required to develop a specialization; students in the Classes of 2017 and 2018 may elect to do so. Note(s): Required of students who are majoring in Sociology. These efforts often fail, sometimes dramatically, but they have also contributed to major social change including the abolition of slavery, the expansion of rights, and demands for new understandings of justice. Methodologies of the field range from ethnography, interviews, and historical research to surveys, computational modeling, and big data analysis. SOCI 40239  Linear Models: From Principles To Practice. Glaeser. Courses may be drawn from any of the 20000-level courses in sociology and, after completing SOCI 20002 Social Structure and Change, from any 30000-level courses in sociology that have not been cross listed with undergraduate numbers. Why isn't it easy to make money in financial areas even if one knows what economists know about markets, finance and the economy? This survey course in the sociology of race offers a socio-historical investigation of race in American society. Instructor(s): J. Martin and J. Trinitapoli     Terms Offered: Spring. completion of sufficient course work at the Divinity School, including at least three courses of bi-registration at the Divinity School in the area of proposed Ph.D. concentration. Spring, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality. Autumn 2020: Law, Letters, and Society 28040 Introduction to Law, Letters, and Society 29400 BA Seminar; Anthropology 29604: Topics in Critical Theory: Constitutionalism and Rights SOCI 20253. Social Stratification. SOCI 30179  Labor Force and Employment. Prerequisite(s): Applied statistics at a level of multiple regression 100 Units. Throughout the quarter, class format takes a variety of forms, including lectures, informal presentations, student-led discussions, debates, and guest speakers. And what are the models to challenge and change these institutions and their gendered reality? Students are encouraged to complete the required introductory sociology courses (SOCI 20002 Social Structure and Change and SOCI 20005 Sociological Theory) as early as possible, and to enroll in a required methodology course by Spring Quarter of their third year, the quarter in which students begin SOCI 29998 Sociology BA Thesis Seminar. Introduction to GIS and Spatial Analysis. This course explores the epistemological and practical questions raised by ethnography as a method -- focusing on the relationships between theory and data, and between researcher and researched. 100 Units. ", Instructor(s): Lara Janson     Terms Offered: Autumn Students conduct research at a site, compose and share field notes, and produce a final paper distilling sociological insight from the fieldwork. While these ideals are ubiquitous, however, they are mobilized in very different ways at the local level. Equivalent Course(s): MACS 54000, GEOG 20500, ENST 20510, GEOG 30500, SOCI 30253. With the approval of the undergraduate program director, students may use other courses toward this requirement. Fugazzola. SOCI 20001. Otherwise, when browsing courses, the section indicates teaching mode: R = Remote H = Hybrid 0 = In-person. This lecture course provides a broad, multidisciplinary introduction to the study of urbanization in the social sciences. Publishers We Distribute. ... Sociology. Also, we shall explore the classic and contemporary literature on race and inter-group dynamics. Winter. Harvey Levenstein. SOCI 40236  Panel Data Spatial Econometrics. SOCI 20112. and, what causes neighbors turn on each other? Students may enter the program at any time upon completion of any social sciences general education sequence, but no later than the beginning of Spring Quarter in their third year. 'If you are so smart, why aren't you rich?' In the second part of the course, we will turn to the issue of popular representations of people of color in the US. Equivalent Course(s): LACS 24901, PBPL 24901. The course looks at the intricate relationship between consumption and gender and sexuality. SOCI 20000. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to widely used quantitative methods in sociology and related social sciences. This course introduces key concepts, methods and sources of information for understanding the structure of work and the organization of workers in the United States and other industrialized nations. The purpose of this course is to review what is known about the long-term effects of schooling. Among other phenomena, students will explore patterns of secularization, religious nationalism, fundamentalisms, and policy-oriented religious social movements. The course catalog is constantly evolving. SOCI 28090. This course is designed primarily for graduate students from the social sciences, education, public health science, public policy, social service administration, and statistics who are involved in quantitative research and are interested in studying causality. We explore, problematize, and attempt to synthesize various approaches, all the while asking: "What do we mean when we talk about culture, and how (and why) does culture matter to social processes?" Two required courses acquaint students with some of the fundamental problems and analytic perspectives of the field of sociology. Instructor(s): Yaniv Ron-El     Terms Offered: Spring Students will declare a specialization which reflects an emphasis of their course work and BA thesis research. 100 Units. Social stratification is the unequal distribution of the goods that members of a society value -- earnings, income, authority, political power, status, prestige, etc. SOCI 20004. Not being offered 2020/2021 Key topics include data management, sample definition, scale construction, treatment of missing data, and effective presentation of results. The list below includes new titles published or announced since the printed catalog appeared. Fax: 773-702-3562. Wealth is the value of a person's accumulated possessions and financial assets. About E-books. We will use these theories to ask questions like: are diverse societies more prone to group violence? Drawing on the sociology and history of consumer capitalism, it examines how consumer culture has been predicated on patriarchal and hierarchical notions of gender and sexuality, and how it also provided opportunities to challenge them. SOCI 30103  Social Stratification. Students will conduct sociological inquiry-based projects, exploring questions related to these key topics, such as the "achievement gaps" in American higher education. Equivalent Course(s): PPHA 44650, EDSO 30112, SOCI 30112. While the literature on migration is extensive and beyond the scope of a single course, the readings in this class are based on empirical research that deals with the interrelationship between migration and development. These questions will be explored over the quarter through close readings and discussions of both classical theories of nationalism as well as the critiques that have been leveled against them. The focus is on research questions relevant in the social sciences, which inspires the selection of the particular methods that are covered. Students in the course turn in 8 weekly assignments that are pieces of the final proposal and get back comments and suggestions to help revise these for the final, integrated proposal. Rational Foundations of Social Theory. Spring. Students graduating in a quarter other than Spring Quarter must turn in their theses by Friday of seventh week of their final quarter. Our investigative tools will include an analysis of primary and secondary sources, multimedia materials, photographic images, and journaling. SOCI 28089. Autumn. 1427 East 60th Street Note(s): This class counts as a Foundations course for GNSE majors. Equivalent Course(s): SOCI 30125. Spring. 100 Units. The first category consists of the identification of extreme concentrations of locations (events), such as hot spots of crime events, and the location of geographical concentrations of observations with similar values for one or more variables, such as areas with elevated disease incidence. SOCI 20104. What determines the supply of workers? This is an online course which features a blend of synchronous discussions and asynchronous ethnographic assignments. The course will examine the relationship of gender and sexuality to consumption through major sociological terms and concepts: How consumption, and gender, are practiced and experienced through space; how does consumption perpetuate and facilitate notions of class and class-distinction; how do consumption practices construct identities and gender-identities in particular; how have citizens, and especially women, used their status as consumers to promote political and feminist goals; and what are the relationships between consumption and the body? Perhaps the answer is the real markets are complex social and cultural institutions which are quite different form organizations, administrations and the production side of the economy. Equivalent Course(s): CRES 20502. Subtitle: Strategies for interviewing hard to penetrate communities and populations. This required yearlong course is a forum for students who are majoring in sociology to present their BA papers. Clemens. This course introduces advanced undergraduate students to the sociology of culture. Instructor(s): K. Yamaguchi     Terms Offered: Spring Course examples will be done in Stata. This course examines why, how, and for whom worklife conflict is a problem, drawing on various theories and studies in the sociology of time. Verbally and in writing, students will develop an argument about the way contemporary masculinity is constructed and performed. With consent of instructor, students may take this course for P/F grading if it is not being used to meet program requirements. Equivalent Course(s): ENST 23500, SOCI 30106, PBPL 23600. Students conduct research at a site, compose and share field notes, and produce a final paper distilling sociological insight from fieldwork. Winter. Beyond Hashtags: Social Movements in Digital Society. SOCI 20125. This course challenges students to think about implications of applying the international culture of human rights and civil society to non-Western countries. SOCI 30106  Political Sociology. Equivalent Course(s): SOCI 30004. So it is that schooling is sociologically interesting for reasons that go well beyond education. Maverick Markets: Culture Economy and Cultural Finance. Traditional sociological theory operates from a series of assumptions; e.g. The central objective of this course is to introduce students to the sociological study of individuals in society—how individual actions are shaped by their position in society, while contributing to its structure and change. Prerequisite(s): STAT 22000 (or equivalent), familiarity with GIS is helpful, but not necessary Other courses with significant social science content or special relevance to a student’s BA thesis may also be accepted. Courses are subject to change. Topics covered include formal spatial data structures, geovisualization and visual analytics, rate smoothing, spatial autocorrelation, cluster detection and spatial data mining. 100 Units. Students interested in pursuing the BA degree in sociology are encouraged to read the brochure Undergraduate Program in Sociology, which is available in the Office of the Department of Sociology (SS 307). Medical Sociology. As an intellectual community, we will work together to consider and analyze contemporary writings about fourth wave feminist movements and build our own timeline and analytical and conceptual terminology for studying defining features of "the fourth wave. How is work organized into jobs, occupations, careers, and industries? Instructor(s): S. Hicks-Bartlett     Terms Offered: Autumn Sociology of Work-Life. Third, using sociological and anthropological work, we will critically examine the actors, policies, and socio-economic and environmental implications involved in shaping the nature of this change in Asia and Africa. Equivalent Course(s): SOCI 30103. CANCELLED. Further, wealth data conveys less information than income data about the lives of the middle- and lower-classes -- who tend to have little or no wealth at all. To determine if a course is remote, hybrid, or in-person use the catalog search tool to narrow results. Anselin. Constructing a Global Civil Society. Instructor(s): N. Brenner     Terms Offered: Winter Readings focus on classical texts by Marx, Weber, Durkheim, Simmel, Polyani, Foucault, Bourdieu, Goffman ending with an individually chosen (by each student) text by a theoretical writer from outside Europe or North America. Specifically, students will come away from the course with a deep understanding of theories of group identity and will be able to use these theories to examine and compare contemporary cases of group-based violence. Spring. The course is recommended to students who are interested in the study of gender and sexuality, sociology, history, and anthropology. After a faculty member agrees to advise a student’s thesis, the student will have the faculty member sign a hard copy of the BA Thesis Faculty Advisor Consent Form available for printing at sociology.uchicago.edu/sites/sociology.uchicago.edu/files/AdvisorConsentForm_0.pdf, which is to be turned in to the Department of Sociology office. What does it mean to be a part of a national group? In the ensuing period, the effects of social class have receded greatly, and perhaps have even vanished. SOCI 28088. The goal of this course is to equip students with selected advanced and applied topic in causal inference. 100 Units. SOCI 20140. University Registrar 1427 East 60th Street Chicago, IL 60637 United States Ph: 773-702-7891 Fax: 773-702-3562 A History of Why We Worry about What We Eat. While we will read classic and contemporary theory and research on race in the United States, our focus will be on getting up to date on the contemporary state of the study of race and racism in sociology and closely related fields. This course addresses the explanations available for varying patterns of policies that cities provide in terms of expenditures and service delivery. The information and ideas discussed in this course are critical for students who will go on in sociology and extremely useful for students who want to be informed about current social, economic, and political issues. Equivalent Course(s): GNSE 12104. We will consider relevant theories and examine several cases of democracy, particularly in the Global South. This course is designed to provide students in the social sciences with a review of ethnographic research methods, exposure to major debates on ethnographic research, opportunities to try their hand at practicing fieldwork virtually, and feedback on a proposed study that employs ethnographicmethods. The point of this seminar is to introduce students to the key ideas, concepts and theories of these schools of thought and to critically assess their pitfalls and promise. First, we will examine the geopolitical context out of which ideas of development and underdevelopment emerged, and how that shaped the way social change and modernization was constructed. Instructor(s): G. Wodtke     Terms Offered: Spring. Autumn. Political Sociology. Honors. Through courses that explore aspects of Chicago's ecology, culture, politics, history, social structure, and economic life, students deepen their knowledge of frameworks and approaches relevant to the study of Chicago and other cities. SOCI 40164  Involved Interviewing. Knorr. It addresses connections that transcend national borders and connections that require us to dig deeper than the person and look at the brain. This course does not cover commercial CAQDAS, such as AtlasTi, NVivo, The Ethnograph or Hypertext. This course explores questions related to social inequality that lie at the intersection of sociology and psychology. Assistant Professor; Faculty Affiliate, Center for East Asian Studies, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality This course introduces key concepts, methods, and sources of information for understanding the structure of work and the organization of workers in the United States and other industrialized nations. Instructor(s): L. Janson     Terms Offered: Spring Spring. By the end of the course, students will have produced a short research paper that draws on qualitative methods to interrogate the virtual social. Equivalent Course(s): PLSC 20280. Equivalent Course(s): HMRT 23214. Autumn. We will cover such topics as neighborhood and school segregation; peer culture; social networks; elite schooling; the interaction between home, society and educational institutions; and dynamics of assimilation for students from immigrant communities. Winter. Equivalent Course(s): ENST 20104, GEOG 22700, ARCH 20104, GEOG 32700, SOSC 25100, CRES 20104, SOCI 30104. SOCI 20517. Equivalent Course(s): SOCI 30179. Feminist Perspectives on Science. Equivalent Course(s): EDSO 20192, SOCI 30192, EDSO 30192. We address different theoretical traditions, including those attempting a diagnosis of our times, and mechanism theories. How do workers and employers find each other? SOCI 20502. This course reviews competing theories of urban development, especially their ability to explain the changing nature of cities under the impact of advanced industrialism. 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