SOC448H1: Sociology & Emotions


From social cohesion to intergroup violence, emotional processes influence social outcomes. Moral aspects of experience in particular are linked to emotions such as shame and pride. Students in this course will review major theories of, and a variety of empirical approaches to, the link between social and emotional processes. They will be encouraged to extend ideas and analyses in the published literature to new topics. Restricted to 4th-year sociology majors and specialists.

1.0 SOC credit at the 300+ level (preferably selected from the Recommended Preparation list for this course)
Social Science
Society and its Institutions (3)