2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

POL 278 Political Sociology

3 hours 

Analysis of the relationships of socio-psychological factors to political phenomena. An examination of man in political society and political society in man. Emphasis on the interdisciplinary study of power, authority, elites, political and social change, political violence, social inequality, technology, ideology and political socialization.



Cross Listed Courses

SOC 278


ENG 101, and GOV 101 or POL 101 or SOC 101