Mangez Eric; Rihoux Benoît;
Elements of Sociology 1. Specificity of the sociological approach; 2. Main sociological points of views; 3. Introduction of the sociological vocabulary: status and role groups and culture - values and norms; 4. Analysis of the main social life's mechanisms: social stratification - classes - social change. Introduction to Political Sociology Five topics will be taken into consideration: 1. The State: comparative analysis of the State in sociological theory; 2. Political groups: parties, pressure groups, minorities, revolutionary groups; 3. Political opinions: opinion's formation, theory and methodology of surveys and role of socio-demographic determinants of opinion (age, sex, classes, religion, education, ) 4. Electoral Sociology 5. Questions about the industrial society. It is a ex-cathedra teaching, with eventually other pedagogical approaches. A syllabus will be available at the beginning of the semester.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||To introduce the students to the specificity of the sociological approach and to the diversity of the sociological points of views; After introducing to the basic sociological vocabulary, to offer to the students the conceptual and technical instruments for dealing with several sociological questions including those concerned by Public Law.|
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