SOC213H1: Sociological Social Psychology



This course provides an introduction to the systematic study of the influence of individuals, groups, and society on individuals' thoughts, feelings, and behaviours from a sociological perspective. The course emphasizes interaction among individuals, between an individual and a group, or among groups, all situated within particular social contexts. One core emphasis involves the ways that individual-level processes contribute to explaining social inequality in social groups and organizations. Topics include identity processes, social cognitions, attitudes, emotions, status processes, power relations, legitimacy, and justice.

Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class