Course Listing

Summer 2018

SOCI101 Social Interaction and Culture Sections

Culture, identity, social interaction, relationships and socialization. Credit will be granted for only one of SOCI 101 or SOCI 100.

Instructor(s): Lyon, Katherine MACKENZIE, CHRISTOPHER MCCOLLUM, ERICA

SOCI102 Inequality and Social Change Sections

Inequality, institutions, social structure and social change. Credit will be granted for only one of SOCI 102 or SOCI 100.

SOCI200 Sociology of Family Sections

An introduction to contemporary family forms and relations.

SOCI201 Ethnic Relations Sections

An introduction to the study of the relations between ethnic groups and of the interplay between ethnicity and other social factors.

Instructor(s): Ryniker, David

SOCI210A Canadian Social Structure - CAN SOCIAL STRUC Sections

Descriptive and analytic survey of such features as demographic characteristics, class structure, ethnicity, and regional variation in Canadian society as a basis for understanding current social issues.

Instructor(s): Chan, Elic PENTECOST, DEBRA

SOCI217 Research Methods Sections

Introduction to research designs and methodologies.

SOCI250 Crime and Society Sections

Crime as a social phenomenon, with emphasis on the changing definitions of crime in relation to social and political change in Canadian and other societies. The scope and nature of the crime problem, the growth of criminology as a science and profession, and relationships between components of state criminal justice systems.

Instructor(s): MACKENZIE, CHRISTOPHER SMALL, ROBERT Chan, Elic

SOCI310A Canadian Society - CANADIAN SOCIETY Sections

Social organization of Canadian society: relationships between social institutions and social processes (e.g., economics, education, family, law, media, and politics); including issues of ancestry, ethnicity, gender, region, and social class.

Instructor(s): PENTECOST, DEBRA Wilkes, Rima Malette, Nicole

SOCI328 Social Statistics I Sections

The testing of sociological theories using quantitative data analysis techniques on numerical data from social surveys, experiments and official statistics. SOCI 328 excludes credit for a number of other statistics courses in various departments. Please consult the Science Credit Exclusion List (www.students.ubc.ca/calendar/index.cfm?tree=12,215,410,414) before registering.

SOCI342 Consumers and Consumption Sections

The structure and culture of consuming and consumption.

SOCI371 Classical Traditions in Theory Sections

An examination of selected traditions, conceptual problems and topics in the foundational theories of sociology. Credit will be granted for only one of SOCI 371 or SOCI 370.

Instructor(s): VIVALDI PASQUA, ANA

SOCI382 Sociological Methods: Qualitative Research Sections

Examination of the different traditions of qualitative sociological inquiry and the associated methodological features used to study the interpretive practices and meanings in the everyday lives of individuals.

Instructor(s): PENTECOST, DEBRA CURRIE, DAWN HEATHER

SOCI430 Global Citizenship Sections

Sociology approaches to global citizenship, including its contested nature and intellectual lineage.

SOCI470 Sociology of Crime and Justice Sections

Critical examination of specific forms of crime and delinquency in relation to the criminal justice system including law, enforcement, and corrections. Issues selected for study will be further scrutinized within the cultural framework of ethics, morality, and social justice.

Instructor(s): Chan, Elic Mawani, Renisa

SOCI480A Urban Ethnographic Field School (UEFS) - URB ETHN FLD SCH Sections

Approximately 50 hours of volunteering and fieldwork based in community organizations with theoretical approaches to urban spaces. Students will engage in collaborative research while considering a range of theoretical and methodological approaches.

SOCI480B Urban Ethnographic Field School (UEFS) - URB ETHN FLD SCH Sections

Approximately 50 hours of volunteering and fieldwork based in community organizations with theoretical approaches to urban spaces. Students will engage in collaborative research while considering a range of theoretical and methodological approaches.

SOCI598A Directed Studies - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

SOCI598B Directed Studies - DIRECTED STUDIES Sections

SOCI649 Doctoral Dissertation Sections

Sociology Graduate Course Offerings for 2016-2017