This short course examines many of the core features relevant to contemporary societies. Students will study concepts such as social institutions, interactions, consensus and conflict. The course will also support students to develop critical thinking skills.

Residential

Date 

28th April 2021 - 30th April 2021

(3 Days- 2 Nights)

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2nd July 2021 - 4th July 2021

(3 Days- 2 Nights)

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Level  Level 2
Learning Outcomes You will cover several sociological perspectives, such as feminism, functionalism, Marxism and postmodernity and evaluate their interpretation of society.
Progression

Other courses of interest to you may be Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to History plus Understanding Politics.