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Much of your everyday life, from school to work to shopping, occurs in the context of organizations. In this course, you will learn about different perspectives in the field of organizational sociology, tracing how organizations have changed over time, while critically evaluating organizational strategies and practices. We will focus on for-profit firms, but will also cover non-profit organizations, government, and markets.
Key questions include: What explains organizational success and failure? Why do certain management strategies become popular? How do organizations respond to the environment and social pressures? In what ways are career opportunities and patterns of social inequality shaped by organizations?
Case studies include Google, Uber, Walmart and NASA
M/W/F 10:10-11:00 a.m.Instructor: Shawna Vican
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An open examination of the ideas, influences and legacies of the most controversial thinker in modern history. Includes incfluences on Proudhon, Smith, Davis, Hegel, Luxembourg, Gramsci and Robinson
M/W/F 11:15 a.m.-12:05 p.m.Instructor: Aaron Fichtelberg