Sociology engages with central dimensions of life in contemporary societies, from transformations in the life course, contemporary families, gender relations, ethnic, racial and sexual identity, and the body, through to media, new technologies, and globalisation. It engages with emerging patterns of social inequality and new forms of social problems, and the ways in which people and societies confront these new challenges. Sociology also explores emerging questions of action and identity – from new social movements to subcultures to forms of action evident in contemporary social transformations.
Structure & Available Subjects: A specialisation in Sociology in the Graduate Diploma of Arts consists of:
Level 1 (12.5 points)
* one level 1 subject from the list below.
Level 2 (37.5 points)
* Social Science Research Methods
* 25 points of level 2 subjects listed below.
Level 3 (50 points)
* Contemporary Sociological Theory (12.5 points)
* 37.5 points of level 3 subjects from list below.
Total 100 points