Sociology of Global Development and Sustainability
Undergraduate course. 30 credits. Sociology. Autumn.
This course provides a sociological perspective on economic, social and political processes, focusing especially on global social change and sustainable development. The aim is to enable you to acquire the knowledge required to understand and critically examine the discussions pursued about the global social change that marks modernity, focusing especially on the post-war period.
Course name: SOCA26, Sociology: Sociology of Global Development and Sustainability, 30 credits (Swedish name: Sociologi: Global utvecklingssociologi och hållbar utveckling)
The course includes several modules:
Module 1. Classical and Modern Social Analysis
Module 2. Contemporary Sociological Perspectives on Global Development
Module 3. Global Sustainability and Environmental Sociology
Module 4. Social Sciences Methods
Schedule, literature and syllabus
- Use your course code to search for your schedule in TimeEdit.
- Find the course's literature list and syllabus here
Learning platform and information
Our courses and programmes are connected to the learning platform Canvas, where teachers and students communicate with each other and upload information.
Find your building in the area "Paradiset"
- House/Hus GThe Department of Sociology
- House/Hus HEden, The Department of Political Science
- House/Hus MThe Sociology of Law Department and The Department of Gender Studies
- House/Hus PThe Department of Psychology
- House/Hus RGamla Kirurgen, The Faculty of Social Sciences and Graduate School
- SAMBIBThe Social Sciences Faculty Library
- Palaestra et OdeumAddress: Paradisgatan 4, Lund
What does "hus" mean?
Hus is Swedish for House. And "rum" means "room". Look for these words on your schedule to find your way to class!