Sociology of Organizations Graduate Seminar

SOC 2960M S01 [CRN: 23997]

The sociology of organizations offers a burgeoning and vibrant literature, with relevance not only for self-identified organizational sociologists, but also for scholars in fields as diverse as politics, development, industrial relations, finance, education, health care, and the arts. This seminar offers an intensive exploration of the "state of play" in contemporary macro-organizational theory. Shared and individual readings, coupled with weekly discussions and email dialogues, allow students to refine and extend their thinking on a series of important and controversial topics in the recent literature. Although this course has no formal prerequisites, the syllabus is aimed primarily at graduate students who enjoy some prior familiarity with organizational theory, whether in sociology or a kindred discipline. Enrollment limited to 15.
Term
Spring 2014
Credit Hours
1.0
Maximum Enrollment
25
Primary Instructor
Meetings
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Tue - from Jan 22, 2014 to May 16, 2014
Exam Group Code
12 (May 14, 2014 9:00am)