SOCI 3800 - Sociology of Work
Credit hours: 3
Description: Social behavior and performance in the workplace beginning at the emergence of the industrial revolution through current workplace arrangements (e.g., work teams). Special topics covered include discrimination in the workplace (e.g., race, age, gender), the relationship between work and family, work alienation, welfare and work, women and work, and unions. Implications for counselors, managers, union organizers, city planners and policy makers.
Prerequisite(s): SOCI 1510 or equivalent.
Course typically offered: Spring