Courses: Self and Society (SOCLH244A01)

Fall 2009

An examination of the historical, cultural, embodied, and interactional contexts in which selfhood is defined, experienced, and enacted. Particular emphasis on the perspectives of symbolic interactionism, social constructionism, and ethnomethodology to analyze the processes and settings in which selfhood is constituted, disrupted, and transformed.

Fulfills: SO I

Department

Sociology (Web site)

Taught By

Lisa McCormick (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Rbts 007

Meeting Times

MW 2:30-4:00