UMD SOCY 407 Entire Class

University of Maryland SOCY 407 Explaining Social Change Historical and Comparative Methods Entire Class



Examines social change from the perspective of comparative and historical sociology to get at the question, ‘where are we now?’ Students develop a critical appreciation of how scholars construct persuasive explanations for large-scale change focusing on four central questions: the origins of markets and industrial capitalism; the emergence of democracy as opposed to dictatorship; the causes and consequences of social revolution; and the logic of armed conflict. Explanations offered for the changes in question as well as the methods employed are explored. Counterfactual hypotheticals for each central question–that is, what might have been, rather than what historically emerged–are considered.

Note: This entire class includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams.

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