|SOCI6001||Alternative Dispute Resolution||3 ch|
|SOCI6003||Social Scientific Inquiry I||3|
|SOCI6004||Social Scientific Inquiry I||3|
|SOCI6103||Sociological Theory (MA)||3 ch|
|SOCI6104||Sociological Theory (PhD)||3 ch|
|SOCI6112||Stats Pack||3 ch|
SPSS is a statistical software package largely used in the social sciences. If applied to analyze large scale secondary data, it provides students and researchers with a powerful tool to answer critical questions on phenomena, trends, and relationships in a variety of disciplinary areas. Most textbooks and courses at the undergraduate and graduate level tend to combines the teaching of substantive topics in methodology and methods with practical applications of this software package. This course tries to contribute twofold. Practically, it aims at offering students and faculty and opportunity to learn about the software package, its tools, its challenges independently from content coverage on methods and statistics. While maintaining a substantial coverage of analytical and statistical topics, the course will focus on how to design and implement data analysis with SPSS syntax commands rather than on teaching statistics.
Pedagogically, this course will:
|SOCI6113||Sociology of Law||3 ch|
|SOCI6162||Resilience and Sustainability in Complex Adaptive Systems||3 ch|
|SOCI6185||Interdisciplinary Seminar in Family Violence||3 ch|
|SOCI6303||Multivariate Social Statistics (MA)||3 ch|
|SOCI6304||Multivariate Social Statistics (PhD)||3 ch|
|SOCI6323||Qualitative Methods in Sociological Research (MA)||3 ch|
|SOCI6324||Qualitative Methods in Sociological Research (PhD)||3 ch|
|SOCI6403||Socio-Economic Change||3 ch|
|SOCI6404||Ethics in Research||3 ch|
|SOCI6513||Canadian Society||3 ch|
|SOCI6553||Environmental Sociology||3 ch|
|SOCI6573||Social Network Analysis||3 ch|
Social Network Analysis will provide foundational knowledge related to the social-scientific study of networks, as well as familiarity with the most commonly used social network analysis software: UCInet and Netdraw. Students who complete this course should develop competency with core theoretical and methodological concepts related to social network analysis. Students will also gain hands-on and practical experience with gathering, refining, and employing relational data in order to analyze and interpret a variety of different social networks.
|SOCI6599||Apprenticeship in Teaching (PhD)||cr|
|SOCI6603||Feminist Theory/Sociology of Women||3 ch|
|SOCI6611||Comprehensive Examination I (PhD)||CR|
The first Comprehensive Examination in the area of sociological theories is a written-only exam that follows the successful completion of the course load and assesses whether students have general knowledge about the field of sociology and about research methodologies. Successful completion of the Examination will demonstrate that students developed knowledge and critical thinking in sociological theories and related debates.
|SOCI6613||Sociology of the Family||3 ch|
|SOCI6622||Comprehensive Examination 2 (PhD)||CR|
The second Comprehensive Examination in a sociological substantive area of Communication and Media; Cultural Sociology; Demography; Domestic and Family Violence; and Health is a written-only exam that follows the successful completion of the course load and assesses students’ specific knowledge of their research area and of the specific research methodologies. Successful completion of the Examination will demonstrate that students developed knowledge and critical thinking in sociological theories and related debates specific of a substantive sociological area.
|SOCI6623||Sociology of Religion||3 ch|
|SOCI6633||Alternative Health Care||3 ch|
|SOCI6643||Selected Topics in the Sociology of Health and Health Care||3 ch|
|SOCI6713||Society and Population||3 ch|
|SOCI6723||Selected Topics in Cultural Sociology||3 ch|
Offers an in-depth examination of one or more topics in cultural sociology. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, Foucauldian cultural theory, critical cultural studies such as the thinking inspired by Stuart Hall’s Birmingham school and Phenomenological/feminist understandings of ‘culture’.
|SOCI6803||Special Reading Course||3 ch|
|SOCI6804||Special Reading Course||3 ch|
|SOCI6805||Special Reading Course||3 ch|