The following outlines of course content are correct at the time of writing, although the material (or the order in which it is covered) may be subject to change.
1. All courses are 3 credit hours each, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Normally, a course will not be run without a minimum enrolment of students.
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology
This course focuses on
understanding how human society functions, including the nature and
development of culture and society.
The course will provide an introduction to theoretical concepts in gender studies within a Cambodian context. (Note: this may also be counted as a General Education course.)
The course explores the changing structures, cultures, and functions of Cambodian society in the context of globalization. (Note: this may also be counted as a General Education course.)
This lecture course presents an investigation of origins and socio-cultural contexts of sociological thought and its development.
This is a sociological investigation of Khmer cultural roots and origins, including material and non-material products of culture, the consumption of culture, and forms of culture.
This course represents a sociological examination of the nature, types, structures, and processes of formal organizations.
This course investigates the nature, causes, and consequences of social inequality and stratification in Cambodia from Khmer cultural and cross-cultural perspectives.
This considersthe impact of globalisation in its various forms – e.g. trade of raw materials and products, including mass media; travel and tourism – affects human society at various levels.
This looks at the how culture, including any religious underpinnings, has an influence on relations, both within a society and between competing societies.
This looks at social and cultural perspectives in the understanding of world and local religions: their ideologies, institutions, and rites and rituals; and the varied consequences for power and stratification (including in relation to gender).
The surveys the general principles of scientific research, and research designs and methodology in social sciences, including the uses of population data (censuses, vital statistics, and demographic surveys).
The course allows students to put into practice the various stages of social research and apply the methods commonly used in social sciences.
This course focuses on the role of family as a socialization agent from various socio-cultural perspectives.
This investigates the family as a social institution and its interrelationships with other institutions.
Various theories of deviance and forms and agencies of social control will be presented.
This course allows students the opportunity to conduct independent research using secondary resources for data analysis.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBODIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THESE CATALOGS AS IT SEES FIT, SO THAT WE HAVE THE NECESSARY FLEXIBILITY IN AN EVER-EVOLVING WORLD.
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