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Course Name
Turkish Şehir Sosyolojisi
English Urban Sociology
Course Code
SBP 234 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester 4
2 2 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Gülden Erkut
Course Objectives 1. To understand the formation and transformation of human societies which is one of the basic elements of the city
2. to get a sociological insight specifically for social systems developed by the human-being and urban settlements
3. to comprehend different theoretical perspectives of urban sociology
4. to comprehend sociological research process
Course Description City, Society and Planning : General Conceptual Introduction
Development and Differentiation of Societal Types
Research Methods and Techniques in Sociology- Demographical Structure Analysis
Social Theories and City- Classical Theoretical Perspectives (Berlin School)
Social Theories and City- Contemporary Theoretical Perspectives I(Chicago School)
Social Theories and City- Contemporary Theoretical Perspectives II (Paris School)
Industrial Society-Modern Society and Urbanization Processes- Midterm Exam
Industrial Society-Modern Society and Urbanization Processes
Urbanization in Developing Countries- Primate City : İzmir case
Urbanization , Migration and impacts on Urban Space in Turkey
Social Space of Metropolitan City I
Social Space of Metropolitan City II
Social Interaction and Everyday Life of the Metropolitan City I
Social Interaction and Everyday Life of the Metropolitan City II
Course Outcomes 1.develop a sociological insight for the formation and differentiation of societal types through history
2. comprehend the existence of different social theories and classical and contemporary perspectives to understand city and society
3.learn stages in research process in urban sociology area and they will comprehend the necessity for research design.
4. comprehend that the dynamics of urbanization process and societal formations are different in developed and developing countries
Pre-requisite(s) no pre-requisite.
Required Facilities PC for preparing homework ppt and rterm -report.
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