Course Number

SOCI 340

Course Title

Work and Society

Course Date

Spring 2014

Course Level

300

Professor or Professors' Departmental/Program Affiliation

Christopher Henke, Sociology & Anthropology

Document Type

Syllabus

Department(s)

Sociology and Anthropology

Description

This study of the organization of work in industrialized societies includes the following topics: technology and work; hierarchy and control in the workplace; women, minorities, and work; worker discontent; and the professionalization of work. Special attention is given to the topics of skill and technology, especially with regard to workplace democratization. No first-year students are admitted. Prerequisites: SOCI 201 (formerly SOAN 204) or SOCI 250 (formerly SOAN 210) or permission of instructor. (Formerly SOAN 340.)

Note

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