Welcome to Sociology at Haverford
Sociology courses help students learn how to “do sociology” by exposing them to exemplars of what sociology has been and by asking them to study micro- and macro-aspects of the “social world.”
We believe that there are a variety of legitimate ways to “do sociology” and we do not seek to privilege any one of them. Our individual courses construct arguments for students to consider, to develop, and to argue against and they provide the analytical and methodological training students need to formulate theoretical arguments and to evaluate those arguments empirically. We want an active engagement from our students as they find their own points-of-view within the discipline, and we expect from them a theoretical and methodological rigor and sophistication within the approaches that they study and adopt.
Inside Sociology @ Haverford
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
4:30"Academically Adrift: Why Students Do Not Learn Much in College and Why It Matters""Academically Adrift: Why Students Do Not Learn Much in College and Why It Matters" http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/262362 Gest Center 101 2014-12-09T16:30:00 2014-12-09T18:00:00Distinguished Visitor Josipa Roksa, Associate Professor of Sociology and Education, Associate Director, Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of Virginia