£7,540 per year (UK/EU), £16,120 per year (Overseas)
15 November 2017
The MA in Sociology addresses recent key concerns and enduring intellectual traditions within sociology and related social sciences. The degree addresses issues such as inequality, racism, violence, capitalism and social change among many important themes with particular contemporary relevance. Critical debate and modes of embedding critical thought in reflective practice mark core skills you will develop in this course. The core modules ground you in theory, methods and analytical tools, and options allow you to apply them to particular issues. For the dissertation you will conduct independent study with a supervisor, choosing from a range of topics similar in scope to the options offered.
You will study a range of modules as part of your course, some examples of which are listed below.
◾Research Projects in Practice: From Design to Dissemination
◾Contemporary Debates in Sociology
◾Debates in Gender Research
◾Gender, Sex and Bodies
◾Gender and Violence
◾Feminist Media and Cultural Studies
◾Environment and Culture
◾Methods in Science and Technology Studies
◾Mobilities, Society & Change
◾The Social Life of Science and Technology: Theories and Debates
◾Capitalism and Crisis
◾Social and Cultural Theory
◾Critical Methods in Media and Cultural Studies
◾Critical Debates in Media and Cultural Studies
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