M.A. in Sociology

Shivaji University
In Kolhapur

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  • Master
  • Kolhapur
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Kolhapur
Vidyanagar, 416004, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Course Structure

Group E : Core Courses.
I Classical Sociological Tradition.
II Perspectives on Indian Society.

Group E1 : Elective Courses.
I Rural Society in India
II Industry and Society in India
III Education and Society
IV Sociology of Health
V Gender and Society
VI Globalization and Society

Group E : Core Courses
III Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology
IV Methodology of Social Research

Group E1 : Elective Courses
VIII Sociology of Change and Development
IX Sociology of Marginalised Communities
X Political Sociology
XI Sociology of Popular Culture and Mass Communication
XII Sociology of Religion
XIII Sociology of Information Society
XIV Environment and Society
VII Urban Society in India

M.A PART II
(I) INTRODUCTION :
i) Nature of sociological theory.
ii) Elements of sociological theory.
iii) Relationship between theory and research.
(II) STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONALISM.
i) The Idea of social structure : A. R. Radcliffe-Brown.
ii) Functional Dimensions of Social System : T. Parsons.
iii) Codification, Critique and reformulation of functional Analysis :
R. K. Merton.
(III) STRUCTURALISM AND POST - STRUCTURALISM.
i) Human Nature and Cultural Diversity : C. Levi-Strauss.
ii) Structuralism and Post - Structuralism : M. Foucault.
(IV) CONFLICT THEORY.
i) Dialectical Conflict Theory : R. Dahrendorf.
ii) Functional Analysis of Conflict : L. Coser.
iii) Conflict and Social change : R. Collins.
(V) NEO - FUNCTIONALISM AND NEO - MARXISM.
i) J. Alexander.
ii) J. Habermass.
iii) L. Althusser.
(VI) PHENOMENOLOGY AND ETHNOMETHODOLOGY.
i) Alfred Schutz.
ii) Peter Berger and Luckmann.
iii) Garfinkel and Goffman.
(VII) STRUCTURATION AND POST - MODERNISM.
i) Giddens. ii) Derrida. iii) Foucault


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