Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
Course Specific Skills:
1. understand that it is relations not entities that construct society.
2. grow a sociological approach towards the key social dimensions (e.g. power, change, production).
3. see connections between and among seemingly disconnected facts.
Discipline Specific Skills:
4. develop a sense of how society works (and does not work).
5. comprehend that a social fact is always negotiable.
6. adopt a contextual look at the social.
Personal and Key Skills:
7. imagine different ways of picturing society and social relations.
8. develop a reflexive understanding of their selves and their environment.
9. sense the complexity of the so-called everyday life.