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Course module: 400114-B-5
400114-B-5
Introduction Sociology
Course info
Course module400114-B-5
Credits (ECTS)5
CategoryBA (Bachelor)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionDutch
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences; TSB: Sociology; Sociology;
Is part of
B Public Governance
B Sociology
B Human Resource Studies
B Organization Studies
PM Academic Teacher in Social Studies
PM Sociology
Convenant TSB
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
dr. A. Peper
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2019
Starting block
BLOK 1
Course mode
Full-time
Remarks-
Registration openfrom 13/08/2019 up to and including 21/08/2020
Aims
  • To gain knowledge in (the history of) sociology
    • To gain knowledge and insight in the three main questions of sociology (inequality, cohesion, rationalization)
    • To gain knowledge and insight in the main classical theories of sociology and being able to apply them to social and sociological problems
  • To gain knowledge in the (sociological) rules of science
    • To gain knowledge and insight in the distinction between social problems and sociological problems
    • Learn to address and structure different types of sociological problems;
    • Learn to deduce hypotheses from general theories;
Specifics
The final grade of the course consists of two tests: a written exam (70%) and a set of three individual assignments (30%). Both tests can be redone. The grade for the set of individual assigments is only valid for the academic year it has been achieved.
Content
This course is for students in sociology, organization sciences and human resource sciences. The course provides an introduction in sociology in its most important questions. These key questions pertain to social inequality, social cohesion, and rationalization. The key questions comprise many sub-questions about individuals and society, for example differences in socio-economic position between men and women (inequality), the use of social media (cohesion), and the declining role of religion (rationalization). Also, questions on organizations and the functioning of individuals within organizations are addressed.
 
Type of instructions
Lectures and (compulsory) seminars

Type of exams
Written exam (multiple choice + open questions)

Compulsory Reading
  1. Tubergen, F. van (ongepubliceerd manuscript). Introduction to Sociology. (Will be made available at the first lecture)
Contact person
dr. A. Peper
Timetable information
Introduction Sociology
Written test opportunities
DescriptionTestBlockOpportunityDate
Written test opportunities (HIST)
DescriptionTestBlockOpportunityDate
mc en open vragen / mc and essay questionsEXAM_01BLOK 1116-10-2019
mc en open vragen / mc and essay questionsEXAM_01BLOK 2207-01-2020
Required materials
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Recommended materials
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Tests
mc and essay questions

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