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Re: Sociology syllabus of Dibrugarh University

As you want to get the syllabus of MA Sociology of Dibrugarh University so here is the information of the same for you:

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Title of the Courses

Course Soc. - 101 : General Sociology
Course Soc. - 102 : Classical Sociological Tradition
Course Soc. - 103 : Social Stratification
Course Soc. - 104 : Indian Social Structure
Course Soc. - 105 : Methods and Techniques in Social Research
Course Soc. - 106 : Social Change and Modernisation.

Previous Year:
Course-Soc-101 : General Sociology
Course-Soc-102 : Classical Sociological Tradition
Course - Soc-103 : Social Stratification
Course - Soc-104 : Indian Social Structure
Course-Soc-105 : Methods and Techniques in Social Research
Course-Soc-106: Social Change and Modernisation.

Final Year:
Compulsory Courses
Soc - 201 : Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology
Soc - 202 : Methods and Techniques in Social Research.

Elective Courses: (4 courses to be selected)
Soc - EL - 203 : Rural Sociology
Soc - EL - 204 : Urban Sociology
Soc - EL - 205 : Sociology of North East India
Soc - EL - 206 : Sociology of Economic Development
Soc - EL - 207 : Political Sociology
Soc - EL - 208 : Criminology and Penology
Soc - EL - 209 : Industrial Sociology and Personal Management
Soc - EL - 210 : Educational Sociology

Course Soc - 101
General Sociology:
Block- 1

Sociology as Science Marks - 16
Unit - 1. Positivism (Comte)
Unit - 2. Social Fact (Durkheim)
Unit - 3. Objectivity (Weber)
Unit - 4. Inter subjectivity (Marx)

Block - 2
Other Interpretations of Sociology Marks - 16
Unit - 1. C.W. Mills
Unit - 2. Peter Berger
Unit - 3. Alex Inkles
Unit - 4. Anthony Giddens

Block 3
Culture Marks - 16
Unit - 1. Definition, Types of Culture and Theory of
Cultural Lag.
Unit - 2. Mass Culture and Popular Culture

Block 4
Social Processes Marks - 16
Unit - 1. Socialization
Unit - 2. Co-operation
Unit - 3. Competition and Conflict

Block 5
Social Change Marks - 16
Unit - 1. Sanskritisations
Unit - 2. Westernisation
Unit - 3. Modernisation
Unit - 4. Social Mobility

Essential Readings
1. H.E. Bernes, Sociology, (Chapter - I)
2. T. Bottommore, Sociology, (Chapter-I)
3. N. Jayaram, An Introduction to Sociology, Chapter -I
4. C. Wright Mills, The Sociological Imagination, Chapter-I
5. Peter L. Berger, An Invitation to Sociology, Chapter-I
6. Alex Inkles, What is Sociology, Chapter - I
7. Anthony Giddens, Sociology, Chapter-I
8. E.B. Tylor, The Science of Culture
9. G.H. Mead, Mind Self and Society (Chapter dealing with Self)
10. R.M. Maclver and C.H. Page, Society - An Introductory Analysis
11. S.C. Dube, Understanding Change (Chapter - II & III)
12. David Popenoe. Sociology, (Chapter on Social Change)

Course Soc - 102
Classical Sociological Tradition
Block 1

Auguste Comte: Marks - 16
Unit - 1 : The Socio-Economic background of the emergence of Sociology
Unit - 2 : The Enlightenment and its impact on thinking and reasoning
Unit - 3 : Emergence of Positivistic thought
Unit - 4 : Stages of Human progress

Block 2
Emile Durkheim Marks - 16

Unit - 1 : Sociology as a Science : Empiricism, Social Fact, Comparative Method
Unit - 2 : Mechanical Solidarity & Organic Solidarity, Division of Labour
Unit - 3 : Religion, Sacred & Profane
Unit - 4 : Theory of Suicide

Block 3
Max Weber: Marks - 16

Unit - 1 : Verstehen and Ideal Type
Unit - 2 : Social Action
Unit - 3 : Authority & Power
Unit - 4 : Religion and Capitalism

Block 4
Karl Marx Marks - 16

Unit - 1 : Historical Materialism
Unit - 2 : Stages and Development of Capitalism
Unit - 3 : Class and Class conflict
Unit - 4 : Alienation.

Block - 5
Vilfredo Pareto: Marks - 16

Unit - 1 : Classification of logical and non-logical action
Unit - 2 : Explanation of non-logical action in terms of his theory of Residues and Derivations.
Unit -3 : Theory of Social Change - Elites & Masses
Unit - 4 : Type of Elites, their classification, Circulation of Elites.

Essential Readings:
1. Raymond Aron, - Main Currents in Sociological Thought, Vol. I
& Vol. II
2. L.A. Coser, Masters of Sociological Thought, New York, Harcourt Brace.
3. Rinehard Bendix, 1960 - Max Weber, An Intellectual Portrait (for Weber), Doubleday.
4. Karl Popper, 1945 - Open Societies and its Enemies, Routledge, London.
5. Anthony Gidden, 1977, Capitalism and Modern Social Theory - An analysis of writings of Marx, Durkheim and Weber, Cambridge University Press.
6. Karl Marx, Economic and Philosophical Manuscript of 1844.
7. Karl Marx and Frederich Engels, The German Ideology.
8. R. Nisbet, 1966, The Sociological Tradition, Heinemann Educational Book Ltd. London
9. Irvin Zeitlin, 1981 - Ideology & Development of Sociological Theory, Prentice Hall.

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Contact Details:
Dibrugarh University
Dibrugarh,
Assam 786004
India

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