Sociology of Post-Industrial Societies
Human Sciences paper 13; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics paper 219

Course Co-ordinator:  Colin Mills

Rubric (Human Sciences): Candidates will be expected to show knowledge of the following aspects of the social structure of urban-industrial societies: occupation and economic structure; social stratification and mobility; education and the family; the social significance of gender and ethnicity; the social structure of religion; the social context of politics and the impact on society of the state. Candidates must have knowledge of modern Britain and at least one other industrial society, and of the main general theories of industrial society.

Rubric (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics): Candidates will be expected to show knowledge of the following aspects of the social structure of urban-industrial societies: occupation and economic structure; social stratification and mobility; education; the social significance of gender and ethnicity; demography and the family; the social structure of religion; the social context of politics and the impact on society of the state and politics. They must show knowledge of modern Britain and at least one other industrial society, and of the main general theories of industrial society.

 

  • 8 lectures in Michaelmas Term: Dr Colin Mills
  • 8 lectures in Hilary Term: Dr Evrim Altintas