Courses

Academic Year 2020-2021

Winter Semester Courses 2020-2021

Previous Academic Years

  • Political Parties and Civil Society in Greece
  • Social Theory and Historicity
  • Rural Sociology
  • Social and Political Philosophy
  • Collective Action and Social Movements
  • Biopolitical bodies and subjects
  • Theories of Justice (common course with PPS Department of Political Science)

Compulsory Courses of all Specializations

Specialization A’: Theory, Ideology and Politics in Social Science

  • Epistemology of Social Sciences

Specialization B’: Culture, Power and Social Inequalities

Specialization C’: Social, Political, Economic Transformations

Specialization A’: Empirical Social Research Methodology

Specialization B’: Theory, Ideology and Politics in Social Science

Specialization C’: Culture, Power and Social Inequalities

Specialization D’: Social, Political, Economic Transformations

Specialization A’: Empirical Social Research Methodology

Specialization B’: Theory, Ideology and Politics in Social Science

Specialization C’: Culture, Power and Social Inequalities

Specialization D’: Social, Political, Economic Transformations

Third Semester Compulsory Course

  • Thesis Proposal Preparation Seminar

Optional Course (for previous years)

 

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Compulsory Courses

  • Contemporary Issues in Sociology I
  • Contemporary Issues in Sociology II
  • Research Methods in Sociology I: Quantitative Methods
  • Research Methods in Sociology II: Qualitative Methods
  • Thesis Proposal Preparation Seminar

Optional Courses

1) Specialization “Social Organization and Social Change”

  • Sociological theories of economic life
  • Collective action and social movements
  • Sociology of work
  • Special Issues in Social Change: Society and Bioethics
  • Surveillance Society
  • Special Topics in Social Change: the foreign in the city – dialogues of sociology with psychoanalysis
  • Special Topics in Social Organization: Sociology and the Law of Human Reproduction – Bioethics
  • Special Topics in Social Change: The evolution of work and employment
  • Survival Strategies in the Rural Area: Crises and Responses
  • Poverty, exclusion and solidarity in the cities of southern Europe
  • Transformation and development of the rural

2) Specialization “Culture: Social Practices and Conflicts”

  • Ideology, Religion and Authority in Late Modernity
  • Sociology of the Media
  • Social control systems: biopower and biopolitics
  • Special Topics in Culture: Contemporary Historical Sociology
  • Special Topics in Culture: parties and civil society in Greece
  • Special Topics in the Sociology of Culture: The West and Others
  • Cultural heterotopias and youth identities in leisure: sports and music
  • European Politics and Gender
  • Special Topics in the Sociology of Culture: Social Consequences of the Body, Health and Disease
  • Special topics in Culture: Theory and ideology in the interpretation of the Greek national past (Enlightenment, history, Marxism)
  • Public speaking analysis: Stereotypes, prejudice and hate speech

3) Courses Common for all Specializations

  • Qualitative Data Analysis
  • The Stranger in the City: Dialogues of Sociology with Psychoanalysis
  • Critical Theory
  • Globalization, local transformation and social economy in times of crisis
  • Social movements and public sociality in Greece 1900-1940

 

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