Sociology Reflection Paper on COVID- “situation” through sociological lenses

 

SOCIOLOGY 201

SUMMER 2020

KEY IDEAS IN SOCIOLOGY

Reflection Paper

Discuss the COVID-19 “situation” through a sociological lens … use any material from the course that you think is relevant. Be creative, you can think about theories and issues covered in the text. Be sure to have a strong introduction that charts the journey of your paper and don’t try to cover everything. Depth of discussion and integration of course material is key to a strong paper. Your paper will be 8-10 pages (typed, double-spaced).

Text

Dhillon, M. (2019). Introduction to Sociological Theory: Theorists, Concepts, and their Applicability to the Twenty-First Century 3rd Edition. Wiley-Blackwell.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is a survey of sociological theories and theoretical perspectives from early, classical theorists up to those writing in contemporary times. It provides a history of sociology as it focuses on the thinkers and ideas that have shaped it. The course will cover selected works that represent the breadth and depth of sociology.

SOCIOLOGY 201

SUMMER 2020

KEY IDEAS IN SOCIOLOGY

Reflection Paper

Discuss the COVID-19 “situation” through a sociological lens … use any material from the course that you think is relevant. Be creative, you can think about theories and issues covered in the text. Be sure to have a strong introduction that charts the journey of your paper and don’t try to cover everything. Depth of discussion and integration of course material is key to a strong paper. Your paper will be 8-10 pages (typed, double-spaced).

Text

Dhillon, M. (2019). Introduction to Sociological Theory: Theorists, Concepts, and their Applicability to the Twenty-First Century 3rd Edition. Wiley-Blackwell.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is a survey of sociological theories and theoretical perspectives from early, classical theorists up to those writing in contemporary times. It provides a history of sociology as it focuses on the thinkers and ideas that have shaped it. The course will cover selected works that represent the breadth and depth of sociology.