College Of Communication Department Of Information Sociology

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Phone 031-400-5400 Fax 031- 400- 4472
Email 대표 / unihj@hanyang.ac.kr
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Introduction

Faculty info
Kim, Myoung Soo

Kim, Myoung Soo / Professor

Yun, Young-Min

Yun, Young-Min / Professor

Piotr Bronislaw Konieczny

Piotr Bronislaw Konieczny / Assistant Professor

Hyunmi Baek

Hyunmi Baek / Assistant Professor

조인호

조인호 / Adjunct Professor

  • 02-555-9191
KOO, JASOON

KOO, JASOON / Emeritus Professor

CHON, SONG-U

CHON, SONG-U / Emeritus Professor

AHN BYUNG CHUL

AHN BYUNG CHUL / Emeritus Professor

College/Department curriculum
Year Term No. Curriculum Course Credits-lecture-experiential learning  
1 1 GEN3034 Creative English Reading (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-3-0
This course will give the chance students to imporve their reading skill needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowlege of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore with this course, students can improve their English communication skill.
1 1 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society.
1 1 SOC2029 Invitation to Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course introduces students to issues facing modern societies around the world. The course opens with a survey of the cultural, political, and economic bases of different societies, comparing South Korea with European, African, Asian, and American countries. The second part of the course is focused on the study of how societies are organized, and includes topics like the role of race and gender. The third part of the course is focused on various global aspects of social change, like globalization, revolutions, and social movements. There are four main avenues of learning in this course: readings, lectures, discussion and writing activities. The readings provide a comprehensive overview of terms and basic information on the areas of macrosociology we will study. The lectures are designed not only to review the reading material, but also to provide enrichment beyond it. Discussions and writing are designed to help students internalize the course material through participation (activities) and verbalization (focused class discussion).
1 1 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course aims to survey some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examine a number of concrete case studies studied by scholars from philosophy of science and technology, sociology of science and technology, and history of science and technology. The students taking the course shall learn various aspects of modern science and technology in the context of modern society. They shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of its unique features, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of differences for proper understanding of science and technology of our time. The course will also encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society. The target audience of the course is students studying natural sciences and/or engineering. The contents of the course will be stylized each term, considering the student';s needs and backgrounds.
1 1 GEN8000 Creative English Reading-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 1 GEN8001 Creative English Reading-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 1 GEN8002 Creative English Reading-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 1 SOC2029 Invitation to Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course introduces students to issues facing modern societies around the world. The course opens with a survey of the cultural, political, and economic bases of different societies, comparing South Korea with European, African, Asian, and American countries. The second part of the course is focused on the study of how societies are organized, and includes topics like the role of race and gender. The third part of the course is focused on various global aspects of social change, like globalization, revolutions, and social movements. There are four main avenues of learning in this course: readings, lectures, discussion and writing activities. The readings provide a comprehensive overview of terms and basic information on the areas of macrosociology we will study. The lectures are designed not only to review the reading material, but also to provide enrichment beyond it. Discussions and writing are designed to help students internalize the course material through participation (activities) and verbalization (focused class discussion).
1 1 VCC1001 Vision & Career in Campus life (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
Vision&CareerinCampusLifeisafreshmancompulsorycoursetohelpstudentsgetusedtonewuniversityenvironmentandplanfor4-yearstudythroughprofessor-studentdialogues
1 1 CUL0101 Korean Speaking and Culture (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course is designed to develop the students’ faculty of understanding complex issues and the ability to clearly express what they are thinking about. Students will be provided opportunities to practice the skills of presentation, discussion, debate, interview and to receive feedback on their performance during the class. Following this, students learn how to present their reasoned arguments and how to better understand and accept other people's opinions.
1 1 CUL0106 UNDERSTANDING SOFTWARE (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
1 1 GEN1042 Elementary Mandarin Chinese (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Read the first time the Chinese rudimentary lexical representation based learning for students to learn Chinese pronunciation and tones the target language to be practical to equip the basic Chinese conversation skills-oriented daily life.
1 1 SOC1053 Introduction to Information Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is designed for the freshmam of the Department of Information Sociology. It has two objects. First, to make students to explore the field of information sociology. Second, to help students to form identity as a student of information sociology.
1 1 SOC2035 Basic of Programming (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-2-1
As information technology is developed, it requires the understanding and capability of programs in various area. Therefore, this lecture course aims to learn the basics of Python, a script programming language and obtain the basic capability of analyzing and using the data.
1 1 VCC1001 Vision & Career in Campus life (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
Vision&CareerinCampusLifeisafreshmancompulsorycoursetohelpstudentsgetusedtonewuniversityenvironmentandplanfor4-yearstudythroughprofessor-studentdialogues
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
This course is held twice a week, each for 1.5 hours. The course is mainly divided into two parts; one is Korean speaking and the other is Korean writing. Through the Korean speaking class, students will build the ability of excellent self-expression based on in-depth study about Korean language. In the Korean writing class, students will learn how to write different genres by understanding and analyzing various readers’ perspectives. Accordingly, at the end of the semester, the students will develop critical thinking ability as well as effective speaking and writing skills.
1 2 SOC1053 Introduction to Information Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is designed for the freshmam of the Department of Information Sociology. It has two objects. First, to make students to explore the field of information sociology. Second, to help students to form identity as a student of information sociology.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is held twice a week, each for 1.5 hours. The course is mainly divided into two parts; one is Korean speaking and the other is Korean writing. Through the Korean speaking class, students will build the ability of excellent self-expression based on in-depth study about Korean language. In the Korean writing class, students will learn how to write different genres by understanding and analyzing various readers’ perspectives. Accordingly, at the end of the semester, the students will develop critical thinking ability as well as effective speaking and writing skills.
1 2 SOC1053 Introduction to Information Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is designed for the freshmam of the Department of Information Sociology. It has two objects. First, to make students to explore the field of information sociology. Second, to help students to form identity as a student of information sociology.
1 2 CUL0102 Korean Writing and Living (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course is designed to develop the students’ faculty of understanding complex issues and the ability to clearly express their thoughts in writing. Students will be trained to write correct sentences and to format texts of various genre, and then receive feedback on their performance during the class. Following this, students will learn how to present their reasoned thoughts effectively.
1 2 GEN8000 Creative English Reading-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 2 GEN8001 Creative English Reading-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 2 GEN8002 Creative English Reading-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This ability-based course (beginning, intermediate, advanced) will provide the students with the opportunities to improve their reading skills needed before taking their own major classes. This course is designed to focus on reading, but it'll deal with general knowledge of English such as listening, speaking and writing. Therefore, with this course, students can improve their overall English communication skills.
1 2 SOC2029 Invitation to Sociology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course introduces students to issues facing modern societies around the world. The course opens with a survey of the cultural, political, and economic bases of different societies, comparing South Korea with European, African, Asian, and American countries. The second part of the course is focused on the study of how societies are organized, and includes topics like the role of race and gender. The third part of the course is focused on various global aspects of social change, like globalization, revolutions, and social movements. There are four main avenues of learning in this course: readings, lectures, discussion and writing activities. The readings provide a comprehensive overview of terms and basic information on the areas of macrosociology we will study. The lectures are designed not only to review the reading material, but also to provide enrichment beyond it. Discussions and writing are designed to help students internalize the course material through participation (activities) and verbalization (focused class discussion).
1 2 SOC2034 Digital Storytelling (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-2-1
In this lecture, we aim for learning the theory and practice of storytelling. We will look through the stroytelling in various area such as computer games, animations, films, and web contents by using the digital media.
2 1 DEE2004 English Communication 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-3-0
This course will focus on developing students’ English communication ability through interaction with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills are covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 SOC1006 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY Core Major 3-2-1
What kind of change will the information technology such as Internet and mobile phone bring to human society? Although we experience it in everyday life, it is challenging to decode its cultural and historical meaning. This course is designed to help students to interpret their own experiences of information technology, and understand, prepare, and even lead the emerging age of information.
2 1 SOC1007 SOCIOLOGY IN FILMS Extended Major 3-1-2
A picture, a piece of cartoon, or a well-made film worths more than a thousand words in explaining complex web of human interaction and of social phenomena. This course tries to understand highly abstract and complex sociological concepts and theories through student-friendly medias, such as films, TV dramas, videos, and documentaries. Through live discussions on visual texts in on-or-off-line classrooms, students will get in terms with an array of sociological concepts and theories. It is, therefore, an introduction to down-to-earth sociology.
2 1 SOC1008 ENGLISH READING IN INFORMATION SOCIOLOGY Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to help students improve their interest as well as capability in reading and understanding information society in the written English. The emphasis of the course will be placed on special topics in information society. Included in the topics will be:1)the theories of social change based on the concept of information society;2) special topics in information society such as CMC, new representation of gender, generation and popular culture;3) the revolutionary impact of the Internet on human thinking and learning.
2 1 SOC2002 Social Statistics Core Major 3-2-1
The purpose of this course is to study the method of data analysis. Especially, we focus on frequency distribution, central tendency, variance, normal distribution curve, and correlation. Students are required to participate in data analysis by utilizing SPSS.
2 1 SOC2004 History of Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
The purpose of the course is to reconstruct the history of sociological theory focusing on the classical social thinkers and the divergent schools derived from them and to train the students herethrough in theoretical thinking. The main classical social thinkers that will be discussed are Comte, Spencer, Mark, Weber, Durkeim, Cooly, Veblen and so on.
2 1 SOC3027 Practices in Creating Multimedia Data Extended Major 3-1-2
Introduction to the methodology on digital contents. Topics include information architecture, and usability and image language. This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a variety of multimedia project by a project manager.
2 1 DEE2037 English Communication1-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 DEE2038 English Communication1-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 DEE2039 English Communication1-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 SOC1006 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY Compulsory Major 3-2-1
What kind of change will the information technology such as Internet and mobile phone bring to human society? Although we experience it in everyday life, it is challenging to decode its cultural and historical meaning. This course is designed to help students to interpret their own experiences of information technology, and understand, prepare, and even lead the emerging age of information.
2 1 SOC1007 VISUAL SOCIOLOGY Extended Major 3-1-2
A picture, a piece of cartoon, or a well-made film worths more than a thousand words in explaining complex web of human interaction and of social phenomena. This course tries to understand highly abstract and complex sociological concepts and theories through student-friendly medias, such as films, TV dramas, videos, and documentaries. Through live discussions on visual texts in on-or-off-line classrooms, students will get in terms with an array of sociological concepts and theories. It is, therefore, an introduction to down-to-earth sociology.
2 1 SOC2002 Social Statistics Compulsory Major 3-2-1
The purpose of this course is to study the method of data analysis. Especially, we focus on frequency distribution, central tendency, variance, normal distribution curve, and correlation. Students are required to participate in data analysis by utilizing SPSS.
2 1 SOC2004 History of Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
The History of Sociological Thought The purpose of the course is to reconstruct the history of sociological theory focusing on the classical social thinkers and the divergent schools derived from them and to train the students herethrough in theoretical thinking. The main classical social thinkers that will be discussed are Comte, Spencer, Mark, Weber, Durkeim, Cooly, Veblen and so on.
2 1 SOC2034 Digital Storytelling Core Major 3-2-1
In this lecture, we aim for learning the theory and practice of storytelling. We will look through the stroytelling in various area such as computer games, animations, films, and web contents by using the digital media.
2 1 SOC2035 Basic of Programming Core Major 3-2-1
As information technology is developed, it requires the understanding and capability of programs in various area. Therefore, this lecture course aims to learn the basics of Python, a script programming language and obtain the basic capability of analyzing and using the data.
2 1 SOC2036 Sociology of Everyday Life Core Major 3-2-1
Sociology’s main contribution is that it can help you understand your own life and other people in the context of culture and broader institutional opportunities and constraints. The purpose of this course is to help you develop a new, sociological way of looking at your life, social environment, and the world. As you utilize your 'sociological imagination' and learn to apply it to your own life, you will develop critical thinking and writing skills, and the ability to communicate ideas orally.
2 1 SOC3008 Sociology of Culture Extended Major 3-2-1
The sociology of culture concerns the systematic analysis of culture, usually understood as the ensemble of symbolic codes used by members of a society. In this course, various theories and methods in analyzing culture as an institution will be introduced. A particular emphasis is on the interaction process of culture with other institutions of society, such as economy, education, class and/or stratification systems as well as their social consequences.
2 1 SOC3027 Practices in Creating Multimedia Data Extended Major 3-1-2
Introduction to the methodology on digital contents. Topics include information architecture, and usability and image language. This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a variety of multimedia project by a project manager.
2 1 VCC2001 Career exploration for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
This course provides lower grade students who want to get jobs the chance to prepare their advance into society. Students can learn how to understand the world of careers and think about their future plan by exploring career. Students will have online-class where they take test related to career-psychology and make their own career-roadmap in order to analyze themselves and explore their careers.
2 1 DEE2037 English Communication1-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 DEE2038 English Communication1-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 DEE2039 English Communication1-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. This course will focus on developing students’ English communication skills through interactions with interesting and engaging topics. With an emphasis on speaking and listening, all four language skills will be covered: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Lectures include grammar review, drills, and interactive exercises that will expand and sharpen student’s English ability.
2 1 SOC1006 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY Compulsory Major 3-2-1
What kind of change will the information technology such as Internet and mobile phone bring to human society? Although we experience it in everyday life, it is challenging to decode its cultural and historical meaning. This course is designed to help students to interpret their own experiences of information technology, and understand, prepare, and even lead the emerging age of information.
2 1 SOC1007 VISUAL SOCIOLOGY Core Major 3-1-2
A picture, a piece of cartoon, or a well-made film worths more than a thousand words in explaining complex web of human interaction and of social phenomena. This course tries to understand highly abstract and complex sociological concepts and theories through student-friendly medias, such as films, TV dramas, videos, and documentaries. Through live discussions on visual texts in on-or-off-line classrooms, students will get in terms with an array of sociological concepts and theories. It is, therefore, an introduction to down-to-earth sociology.
2 1 SOC2002 Social Statistics Compulsory Major 3-2-1
The purpose of this course is to study the method of data analysis. Especially, we focus on frequency distribution, central tendency, variance, normal distribution curve, and correlation. Students are required to participate in data analysis by utilizing SPSS.
2 1 SOC2004 History of Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
The History of Sociological Thought The purpose of the course is to reconstruct the history of sociological theory focusing on the classical social thinkers and the divergent schools derived from them and to train the students herethrough in theoretical thinking. The main classical social thinkers that will be discussed are Comte, Spencer, Mark, Weber, Durkeim, Cooly, Veblen and so on.
2 1 SOC2036 Sociology of Everyday Life Core Major 3-2-1
Sociology’s main contribution is that it can help you understand your own life and other people in the context of culture and broader institutional opportunities and constraints. The purpose of this course is to help you develop a new, sociological way of looking at your life, social environment, and the world. As you utilize your 'sociological imagination' and learn to apply it to your own life, you will develop critical thinking and writing skills, and the ability to communicate ideas orally.
2 1 SOC2037 Applications of Web Data Collection and Analysis Core Major 3-2-1
As Social Media and Big Data emerge as important issues in the field of information sociology, Web data collection and analysis ability are required in students who do not major in computer engineering. Therefore, this lecture course aims to learn the way of collecting and analyzing Web data by using Python.
2 1 SOC3023 Marriage and The Family Core Major 3-2-1
This course examines the meaning of marriage and the family in modern society. Topics include theoretical perspectives on marriage and the family, family structure, development of the modern family, marriage, gender role division, remodelling of the family, and alternatives to the family
2 1 VCC2001 PBL & Career exploration for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
This course provides lower grade students who want to get jobs the chance to prepare their advance into society. Students can learn how to understand the world of careers and think about their future plan by exploring career. Students will have online-class where they take test related to career-psychology and make their own career-roadmap in order to analyze themselves and explore their careers.
2 2 DEE2005 English Communication 2 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-3-0
The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronounciation and grammar. You will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 SOC2022 Social Change Core Major 3-1-2
Why and how do societies change? How can we understand social change? The main aim of this course is to get used to the way of understanding social change. First, we will review theories of social change. Then we choose group topics to investigate, seminate and discuss.
2 2 SOC2024 Social Statistics Analysis Extended Major 3-2-1
This course is a continuation of Social Statistics. Topics include inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, partial correlation, regression, and factor analysis. Students are required to do exercises using statistical packages.
2 2 SOC2027 The Internet Communication Core Major 3-1-2
The Internet, as a revolutionary medium of communication, has been changing social structure. The Internet Communication is a course designed for students to prepare better for the real world challenges when they step into job or business. Subjects concentrate on : 1) new concept of the Internet ; 2) the distinct communications features and skills on the Internet ; and 3) how to choose the most effective communications tools an individual, a business, and an international organization on forward.
2 2 SOC3037 Interactive Contents Design Extended Major 3-1-2
An introduction, analysis and critique of interactive content on the internet. Topics include information architecture, navigation system design and screen design. This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a variety of interactive content development projects.
2 2 SOC4016 Environmental Sociology Extended Major 3-2-1
What with skyrocketing prices for food and energy and the ever more grim consensus about climate change, it is now ordinary to claim that we live in an era of mounting environmental crisis. More controversial, however, are the following questions: What are the root causes of these (and other) environmental problems? What are their social impacts? Why and how are they unevenly distributed and perceived? And what are their possible solutions? This course surveys what the discipline of sociology has had to say in reply to these questions. It also addresses what sociologists have not had to say in reply, recognizing that the environmental sociology literature features some blind spots.
2 2 URE2053 Urban Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
The course will trace the general urbanization process in the modern world and try to understand the characteristics of the urban society in distinction to the rural society. Special attention will be paid to the urbanization in modern korean society in comparative context of the urbanizztion of the Third World.
2 2 DEE2040 English Communication2-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 DEE2041 English Communication2-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 DEE2042 English Communication2-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 SOC2022 Social Change Core Major 3-1-2
Social Change Why and how do societies change? How can we understand social change? The main aim of this course is to get used to the way of understanding social change. First, we will review theories of social change. Then we choose group topics to investigate, seminate and discuss.
2 2 SOC2024 Social Statistics Analysis Extended Major 3-2-1
This course is a continuation of Social Statistics. Topics include inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, partial correlation, regression, and factor analysis. Students are required to do exercises using statistical packages.
2 2 SOC2030 ORGANIZATIONAL SOCIOLOGY Extended Major 3-2-1
This course analyzes large-scale bureaucratic organizations. Topics covered within this class are (but not limited to): the characteristics of bureaucracy; the uses of power by organizations; the effectiveness of organizations; and the impact of organizations on societal change.
2 2 SOC2032 Web Data Collection and Analysis Core Major 3-2-1
As Social Media and Big Data emerge as important issues in the field of information sociology, Web data collection and analysis ability are required to students who do not major in computer engineering. Therefore, this course aims to learn the basics of Python, a script programming language and discuss the way of collecting and analyzing Web data by using Python.
2 2 SOC2033 Social Network Analysis Extended Major 3-2-1
The purpose of this class is to understand the society at large through the relationship between individuals or the objects. At first, we will study the main ideas and methods of social network analysis. Secondly, we will discuss about the issues of the research papers through network analysis. Lastly, students will collect and analyze the data by using network analysis.
2 2 SOC2037 Applications of Web Data Collection and Analysis Core Major 3-2-1
2 2 SOC3037 Interactive Contents Design Extended Major 3-1-2
An introduction, analysis and critique of interactive content on the internet. Topics include information architecture, navigation system design and screen design. This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a variety of interactive content development projects.
2 2 SOC4016 Environmental Sociology Extended Major 3-2-1
What with skyrocketing prices for food and energy and the ever more grim consensus about climate change, it is now ordinary to claim that we live in an era of mounting environmental crisis. More controversial, however, are the following questions: What are the root causes of these (and other) environmental problems? What are their social impacts? Why and how are they unevenly distributed and perceived? And what are their possible solutions? This course surveys what the discipline of sociology has had to say in reply to these questions. It also addresses what sociologists have not had to say in reply, recognizing that the environmental sociology literature features some blind spots.
2 2 URE2053 Urban Sociology Core Major 3-0-3
The course will trace the general urbanization process in the modern world and try to understand the characteristics of the urban society in distinction to the rural society. Special attention will be paid to the urbanization in modern korean society in comparative context of the urbanizztion of the Third World.
2 2 DEE2040 English Communication2-Beginning (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 DEE2041 English Communication2-Intermediate (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 DEE2042 English Communication2-Advanced (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course will provide the students with ability-based classes: beginning, intermediate and advanced. The main goal of this course is to provide a strong knowledge base of English which you can build on in the future. We will focus on vocabulary, expressions, pronunciation and grammar. The students will be asked to converse and write on different topics each class, and also there will be chances for free talking and writing within the framework of the given lesson.
2 2 SOC2001 Social Psychology Core Major 3-2-1
Social Psychology This course studies how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Topics include theories of social psychology, socialization, social structure and personality, attitudes, behavior and social movement.
2 2 SOC2022 Social Change Core Major 3-1-2
Social Change Why and how do societies change? How can we understand social change? The main aim of this course is to get used to the way of understanding social change. First, we will review theories of social change. Then we choose group topics to investigate, seminate and discuss.
2 2 SOC2024 Social Statistics Analysis Core Major 3-2-1
This course is a continuation of Social Statistics. Topics include inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, partial correlation, regression, and factor analysis. Students are required to do exercises using statistical packages.
2 2 SOC4008 Modern Sociological Theory Compulsory Major 3-2-1
This course of contemporary sociological theory deals with theories ranging from structural-functionalism, new conflict theory, exchange theory, role theory through symbolic interactionism. phenomenological sociology, ethnomethodology, and historical sociology to conflict, critical, and post-structuralist theory
2 2 URE2053 Urban Sociology Core Major 3-0-3
The course will trace the general urbanization process in the modern world and try to understand the characteristics of the urban society in distinction to the rural society. Special attention will be paid to the urbanization in modern korean society in comparative context of the urbanizztion of the Third World.
3 1 SOC3002 Social Research Methods Core Major 3-1-2
It becomes an essential skill in current knowledge society the ability to collect, process, analyze, and evaluate a variety of information. The goal of this course is to get students the method to raise research questions and to collect data. Through the course students learn construction of hypotheses, operationalization, construction of measures, sampling, research design, construction of questionnaire, methods of data collection, and so on.
3 1 SOC3023 Marriage and The Family Core Major 3-3-0
This course examines the meaning of marriage and the family in modern society. Topics include theoretical perspectives on marriage and the family, family structure, development of the modern family, marriage, gender role division, remodelling of the family, and alternatives to the family
3 1 SOC3039 PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF DATABASES Extended Major 3-2-1
Operation of the present society heavily relies upon computer databases. Large organizations such as government agencies, private firms, banks, and schools provide without exception services and products using databases. In this course, students learn not only principles and structures of different databases but also practical skills of designing D/B, writing SQL queries, and managing DBMS. Such knowledge and skills will help understand technical aspects of the information society and further find solutions to social issues and problems of the technology-based society.
3 1 SOC3058 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN1 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 1 SOC4003 Social Development Studies Extended Major 3-2-1
This course will examine the conditions under which some societies have enjoyed socio-economic progress and others have not. The first part of the course addresses the numerous, sometimes complementary, and sometimes conflicting ways in which "development"is defined, measured, and valued. The second part explores different theories that purport to explain patterns of international socio-economic inequality. The third part examines the most important processes and outcomes of global socio-economic change over the last few centuries, especially the last few decades. The final part of the course surveys the comparative developmental experience of Northeast Asian countries since World War II.
3 1 SOC4005 Social Stratification Core Major 3-1-2
Social stratification and social class are the central concepts to understand social inequality. We will review classical and contemporary theories of social stratification and class. Then we try to understand various aspects of social inequality in Korean society through individual or group project. Future prospect of stratification in information society will be explored.
3 1 SOC4008 Modern Sociological Theory Core Major 3-2-1
Sociological Theory This course of contemporary sociological theory deals with theories ranging from structural-functionalism, new conflict theory, exchange theory, role theory through symbolic interactionism. phenomenological sociology, ethnomethodology, and historical sociology to conflict, critical, and post-structuralist theory
3 1 SOC3002 Social Research Methods Core Major 3-1-2
It becomes an essential skill in current knowledge society the ability to collect, process, analyze, and evaluate a variety of information. The goal of this course is to get students the method to raise research questions and to collect data. Through the course students learn construction of hypotheses, operationalization, construction of measures, sampling, research design, construction of questionnaire, methods of data collection, and so on.
3 1 SOC3023 Marriage and The Family Core Major 3-3-0
This course examines the meaning of marriage and the family in modern society. Topics include theoretical perspectives on marriage and the family, family structure, development of the modern family, marriage, gender role division, remodelling of the family, and alternatives to the family
3 1 SOC3039 PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF DATABASES Extended Major 3-2-1
Operation of the present society heavily relies upon computer databases. Large organizations such as government agencies, private firms, banks, and schools provide without exception services and products using databases. In this course, students learn not only principles and structures of different databases but also practical skills of designing D/B, writing SQL queries, and managing DBMS. Such knowledge and skills will help understand technical aspects of the information society and further find solutions to social issues and problems of the technology-based society.
3 1 SOC3058 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN1 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 1 SOC3060 International Organizations Extended Major 3-3-0
We are going to investigate the historical origins, main roles, and status of international organizations. Also we will study the various international issues that the individual countries cannot solve. Through this lecture, we will discuss about the specific purpose and role, sociological meanings, and future tasks of international organizations.
3 1 SOC4003 Social Development Studies Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will examine the conditions under which some societies have enjoyed socio-economic progress and others have not. The first part of the course addresses the numerous, sometimes complementary, and sometimes conflicting ways in which "development"is defined, measured, and valued. The second part explores different theories that purport to explain patterns of international socio-economic inequality. The third part examines the most important processes and outcomes of global socio-economic change over the last few centuries, especially the last few decades. The final part of the course surveys the comparative developmental experience of Northeast Asian countries since World War II.
3 1 SOC4005 Social Stratification Compulsory Major 3-1-2
Social stratification and social class are the central concepts to understand social inequality. We will review classical and contemporary theories of social stratification and class. Then we try to understand various aspects of social inequality in Korean society through individual or group project. Future prospect of stratification in information society will be explored.
3 1 SOC4008 Modern Sociological Theory Compulsory Major 3-2-1
This course of contemporary sociological theory deals with theories ranging from structural-functionalism, new conflict theory, exchange theory, role theory through symbolic interactionism. phenomenological sociology, ethnomethodology, and historical sociology to conflict, critical, and post-structuralist theory
3 1 VCC3001 Career Competency development for Youth Employment Entrepreneurship (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course supports Junior students to plan their specific career which is in accordance with student's future plan. This course also supports self-improvement and managing career in order to actualize their future plan. The class will be presented in large-scale divided by the major. It will provide the information about getting the jobs and the kind of skills to get a job sice the class will mainly focus on the characteristic of the major and major-related jobs.
3 1 SOC3002 Social Research Methods Core Major 3-1-2
It becomes an essential skill in current knowledge society the ability to collect, process, analyze, and evaluate a variety of information. The goal of this course is to get students the method to raise research questions and to collect data. Through the course students learn construction of hypotheses, operationalization, construction of measures, sampling, research design, construction of questionnaire, methods of data collection, and so on.
3 1 SOC3008 Sociology of Culture Extended Major 3-2-1
The sociology of culture concerns the systematic analysis of culture, usually understood as the ensemble of symbolic codes used by members of a society. In this course, various theories and methods in analyzing culture as an institution will be introduced. A particular emphasis is on the interaction process of culture with other institutions of society, such as economy, education, class and/or stratification systems as well as their social consequences.
3 1 SOC3058 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN1 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 1 SOC3062 COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE IN PRACTICE: WIKIPEDIA Extended Major 3-3-0
This course uses Wikipedia to teach students to understand the collective intelligence on the Internet in sociological perspective. The students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are. This understanding is highly useful in today's world: only a few years ago, Technocrati's chief technologist stated soon "knowledge of wikis will be a required job skill". There are several avenues of learning in this course: readings, lectures, discussions (in class and online) and wiki based collaborative group writing project. This is a reading- and writing-heavy course as one of its major aspects will be learning how to contribute to English Wikipedia by writing content (creating and expanding Wikipedia articles). A usual class will have a lecture segment, a Wikipedia editing segment, and a discussion segment
3 1 SOC4003 Social Development Studies Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will examine the conditions under which some societies have enjoyed socio-economic progress and others have not. The first part of the course addresses the numerous, sometimes complementary, and sometimes conflicting ways in which "development"is defined, measured, and valued. The second part explores different theories that purport to explain patterns of international socio-economic inequality. The third part examines the most important processes and outcomes of global socio-economic change over the last few centuries, especially the last few decades. The final part of the course surveys the comparative developmental experience of Northeast Asian countries since World War II.
3 1 SOC4005 Social Stratification Compulsory Major 3-1-2
Social stratification and social class are the central concepts to understand social inequality. We will review classical and contemporary theories of social stratification and class. Then we try to understand various aspects of social inequality in Korean society through individual or group project. Future prospect of stratification in information society will be explored.
3 2 SOC1005 INFORMATION OF FUTURE STUDIES Core Major 3-1-2
These days radical social change ensues from rapid development of science and technology. We live in the world of the future that is more uncertain than any period in human history. It, therefore, becomes essential for management of government and private firms as well as individual life to understand and anticipate futures. This course introduces trends in futures research, principles and methods of futuring, and exemplary works in the field. Students are required to write their own scenarios of a selected subject.
3 2 SOC2001 Social Psychology Core Major 3-3-0
This course studies how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Topics include theories of social psychology, socialization, social structure and personality, attitudes, behavior and social movement.
3 2 SOC3025 Sociology of Communication Extended Major 3-2-1
The information technology, which continuously evolves from relatively simple platforms such as e-mail, electronic board, and SMS to more sophisticated ones such as blog, UCC, and visual phone, has been radically transforming human communications. This course attempts to measure depth and width of the change focusing on its socio-political aspects. Students will analyze first-hand data and recent cases in the real world. Thereby they will understand social issues related to technology such as encryption, protocol, and DRM, and also learn conceptual tools such as public sphere, collective intelligence, and e-democracy.
3 2 SOC3040 OCCUPATIONS IN INFORMATION SOCIETY Extended Major 3-2-1
Overview of paradigm shift to the information society.
3 2 SOC3044 SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL INFORMATION Extended Major 3-3-0
This course examines the sociological contexts of health and medicine. It is designed a rigorous preparation for the materials, writing papers and class participation. In this way students will become familiar with a basic body of knowledge in the health and medical sociology so as to acquire the skills in the analysis of literature in the field, as well as to begin their research and field work in their chosen problems and issues. Two full term papers for credit in this course are required. About 80% of student's grade will be depending on the quality of the two research papers.
3 2 SOC3045 POPULATION AND AGING SOCIETY Extended Major 3-3-0
Demography is the statistical study of human populations. This course includes the study of the size, structure, and distributions of different populations and changes in them in response to birth, migration, aging, and death. It also includes the analysis of the relationships between economic, social, cultural, and biological process influencing a population.
3 2 SOC3057 Sociology og Globalization Core Major 3-2-1
The aim of this course is to introduce students to the broad spectrum of histories and theories of global civilization. This includes examining processes of expansion and interconnections in social, economic, political, and cultural life across various societies. In this respect, today’s globalization is approached as a process with deep roots in the comparative history of civilizations, and not simply as a contemporary phenomenon. Parallels to contemporary processes of globalization can be seen in the spread of trade routes, world religions, common languages, habits, manners, fashions, lifestyles, ideas and ideologies. These have foundations inmigrations, conquests, ancient world systems, discoveries, travels, and economic networks no less profound in the past than in the present. In other words: those who don't learn history, are doomed to repeat it; those who learn it incorrectly, are simply doomed. Keep this in mind throughout the course.
3 2 SOC3059 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN2 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 2 SOC4002 Studies in Korean Sociey Core Major 3-1-2
1. Introduction of 5 sociological perspectives (functionalism, conflict perspective, K.Marx, social interaction perspective, M.Weber) 2. Reading 'Trust' of Francis Hukuyama and discussion on his perspective 3. Social survey on a particular subject of Korean society (for example, value of Korean) Survey design -- Q'aire -- Fieldwork -- Data Processing -- Analysis -- Discussion 4. Final discussion on each student's perspective on Korean society
3 2 SOC2001 Social Psychology Core Major 3-3-0
Social Psychology This course studies how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Topics include theories of social psychology, socialization, social structure and personality, attitudes, behavior and social movement.
3 2 SOC3013 Sociology of Gender Core Major 3-2-1
This course aims to introduce students to major theories, concepts, debates, and empirical insights in the Sociology of Gender. This will be achieved through the study of theories, as well as recent empirical studies, of gender. The particular focus will be on gender in contemporary societies. Gender in historical contexts and change will also be reviewed to enable students to gain a better understanding of contemporary norms and practices.
3 2 SOC3025 Sociology of Communication Extended Major 3-2-1
The information technology, which continuously evolves from relatively simple platforms such as e-mail, electronic board, and SMS to more sophisticated ones such as blog, UCC, and visual phone, has been radically transforming human communications. This course attempts to measure depth and width of the change focusing on its socio-political aspects. Students will analyze first-hand data and recent cases in the real world. Thereby they will understand social issues related to technology such as encryption, protocol, and DRM, and also learn conceptual tools such as public sphere, collective intelligence, and e-democracy.
3 2 SOC3040 OCCUPATIONS IN INFORMATION SOCIETY Extended Major 3-2-1
What kind of change will the information technology such as Internet and mobile phone bring to human society? Although we experience it in everyday life, it is challenging to decode its cultural and historical meaning. This course is designed to help students to interpret their own experiences of information technology, and understand, prepare, and even lead the emerging age of information.
3 2 SOC3057 Sociology of Globalization Core Major 3-3-0
The aim of this course is to introduce students to the broad spectrum of histories and theories of global civilization. This includes examining processes of expansion and interconnections in social, economic, political, and cultural life across various societies. In this respect, today’s globalization is approached as a process with deep roots in the comparative history of civilizations, and not simply as a contemporary phenomenon. Parallels to contemporary processes of globalization can be seen in the spread of trade routes, world religions, common languages, habits, manners, fashions, lifestyles, ideas and ideologies. These have foundations inmigrations, conquests, ancient world systems, discoveries, travels, and economic networks no less profound in the past than in the present. In other words: those who don't learn history, are doomed to repeat it; those who learn it incorrectly, are simply doomed. Keep this in mind throughout the course.
3 2 SOC3059 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN2 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 2 SOC3061 Information Sociology Project Extended Major 3-1-2
This lecture aims to perform the companies' practical tasks or process the practical projects based on the various major knowledges that the Information Sociology students have learned until now.
3 2 SOC3063 Introduction to Data Science for Social-Science-Major Students Extended Major 3-2-1
3 2 SOC4002 Studies in Korean Sociey Core Major 3-1-2
Introduction of sociological perspectives to understand Korean society. Discussion on student's perspectives on Korean society comparing advanced countries through reading a book. Social survey on a particular subject. Final discussion on Korean society. 1. Introduction of 5 sociological perspectives (functionalism, conflict perspective, K.Marx, social interaction perspective, M.Weber) 2. Reading 'Trust' of Francis Hukuyama and discussion on his perspective 3. Social survey on a particular subject of Korean society (for example, value of Korean) Survey design -- Q'aire -- Fieldwork -- Data Processing -- Analysis -- Discussion 4. Final discussion on each student's perspective on Korean society 1. Introduction of 5 sociological perspectives (functionalism, conflict perspective, K.Marx, social interaction perspective, M.Weber) 2. Reading 'Trust' of Francis Hukuyama and discussion on his perspective 3. Social survey on a particular subject of Korean society (for example, value of Korean) Survey design -- Q'aire -- Fieldwork -- Data Processing -- Analysis -- Discussion 4. Final discussion on each student's perspective on Korean society
3 2 SOC2033 Social Network Analysis Extended Major 3-2-1
The purpose of this class is to understand the society at large through the relationship between individuals or the objects. At first, we will study the main ideas and methods of social network analysis. Secondly, we will discuss about the issues of the research papers through network analysis. Lastly, students will collect and analyze the data by using network analysis.
3 2 SOC3025 Sociology of Communication Extended Major 3-2-1
The information technology, which continuously evolves from relatively simple platforms such as e-mail, electronic board, and SMS to more sophisticated ones such as blog, UCC, and visual phone, has been radically transforming human communications. This course attempts to measure depth and width of the change focusing on its socio-political aspects. Students will analyze first-hand data and recent cases in the real world. Thereby they will understand social issues related to technology such as encryption, protocol, and DRM, and also learn conceptual tools such as public sphere, collective intelligence, and e-democracy.
3 2 SOC3039 PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF DATABASES Extended Major 3-2-1
Operation of the present society heavily relies upon computer databases. Large organizations such as government agencies, private firms, banks, and schools provide without exception services and products using databases. In this course, students learn not only principles and structures of different databases but also practical skills of designing D/B, writing SQL queries, and managing DBMS. Such knowledge and skills will help understand technical aspects of the information society and further find solutions to social issues and problems of the technology-based society.
3 2 SOC3057 Sociology of Globalization Core Major 3-3-0
The aim of this course is to introduce students to the broad spectrum of histories and theories of global civilization. This includes examining processes of expansion and interconnections in social, economic, political, and cultural life across various societies. In this respect, today’s globalization is approached as a process with deep roots in the comparative history of civilizations, and not simply as a contemporary phenomenon. Parallels to contemporary processes of globalization can be seen in the spread of trade routes, world religions, common languages, habits, manners, fashions, lifestyles, ideas and ideologies. These have foundations inmigrations, conquests, ancient world systems, discoveries, travels, and economic networks no less profound in the past than in the present. In other words: those who don't learn history, are doomed to repeat it; those who learn it incorrectly, are simply doomed. Keep this in mind throughout the course.
3 2 SOC3059 INFORMATION SOCIETY CAPSTONE DESIGN2 Extended Major 2-0-2
The purpose of this course is to improve the problem-solving capacity of students so that they can meet positively to industrial demands. Evaluation will be based on the results of outside contests or global challenge program of Hanyang University.
3 2 SOC3061 Information Sociology Project Extended Major 3-1-2
This lecture aims to perform the companies' practical tasks or process the practical projects based on the various major knowledges that the Information Sociology students have learned until now.
3 2 SOC3063 Introduction to Data Science for Social-Science-Major Students Extended Major 3-2-1
3 2 SOC4002 Studies in Korean Sociey Extended Major 3-2-1
Introduction of sociological perspectives to understand Korean society. Discussion on student's perspectives on Korean society comparing advanced countries through reading a book. Social survey on a particular subject. Final discussion on Korean society. 1. Introduction of 5 sociological perspectives (functionalism, conflict perspective, K.Marx, social interaction perspective, M.Weber) 2. Reading 'Trust' of Francis Hukuyama and discussion on his perspective 3. Social survey on a particular subject of Korean society (for example, value of Korean) Survey design -- Q'aire -- Fieldwork -- Data Processing -- Analysis -- Discussion 4. Final discussion on each student's perspective on Korean society 1. Introduction of 5 sociological perspectives (functionalism, conflict perspective, K.Marx, social interaction perspective, M.Weber) 2. Reading 'Trust' of Francis Hukuyama and discussion on his perspective 3. Social survey on a particular subject of Korean society (for example, value of Korean) Survey design -- Q'aire -- Fieldwork -- Data Processing -- Analysis -- Discussion 4. Final discussion on each student's perspective on Korean society
3 2 VCC3003 PBL & Competency development (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
학생들의 사회진출 및 취업경쟁력 향상을 지원하는 수업으로, 온라인 강의와 더불어 전공교수와의 지속적인 상담 및 교내외 타 경력개발관련 프로그램과의 유기적인 연계활동을 통해 사회진출 역량을 배가시키는 수업임. 진로 및 취업상담 및 각종 역량진단 테스트와 기본적인 취업준비 스킬에 대한 대규모 비정규 교과 강의를 병행하여 진행함.
4 1 SOC4023 Modern Society and Popular Culture Extended Major 3-1-2
Popular culture in the transition from modern to post-modern society has brought about social structual changes, resulting in inequality in income and consumption. This course is about the rise of popular culture and the issues surrounding it in recent decades. The class will examine: (1) the rise of popular culture in modern and post-modern society in historical perspective; (2) popular cultural modes such as film, TV, fine arts, music and architecture, which are transcoding the social metaphors into images of identification and aiding the enactment of economic and political norms and values; (3) conflict and contradistinction in popular culture between generations and social classes; (4) science and technology affecting the production of popular culture; (5) globalization and the problems of popular culture.
4 1 SOC4034 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS Extended Major 3-3-0
Information and communication technology engenders deep and wide change to social organizations. This course focuses on organizational transformations in the public sector. Students will analyze many real cases of organizational innovations applying information systems and discuss critical issues related to them. They will analyze how factors such as ministerial conflict, leadership, information sharing, privacy, security, policy effects, and goverance affected innovation initiatives. Students are expected to improve their problem-solving capability that is required in the technology-based society.
4 1 SOC4035 SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE Extended Major 3-2-1
This course will identify and analyze a range of contemporary social problems that China, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States all (to a greater or lesser degree) share in common. These problems include the increasing polarization of wealth and income, right-wing backlash against "globalization"(for lack of a better term), popular enthusiasm for consumer and media spectacle, the environmental contradictions of economic growth, and political systems and cultures ill-equipped to deal withall of these issues. There will be a sustained focus on similarities and distinctions between nations, as well as macro-level causes and effects that transcend individual countries.
4 1 SOC4039 Collective Intelligence in Practice Extended Major 3-2-1
In this course the students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are, and their significance for our cyber-society.
4 1 SOC4035 COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will identify and analyze a range of contemporary social problems that China, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States all (to a greater or lesser degree) share in common. These problems include the increasing polarization of wealth and income, right-wing backlash against "globalization"(for lack of a better term), popular enthusiasm for consumer and media spectacle, the environmental contradictions of economic growth, and political systems and cultures ill-equipped to deal withall of these issues. There will be a sustained focus on similarities and distinctions between nations, as well as macro-level causes and effects that transcend individual countries.
4 1 SOC4038 MULTI-CULTURALSOCIETY Core Major 3-2-1
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
4 1 SOC4039 Collective Intelligence in Practice Extended Major 3-2-1
In this course the students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are, and their significance for our cyber-society.
4 1 SOC3015 Social Welfare Extended Major 3-3-0
The course traces the theoretical, historical and philosophical background of the welfare systems and campares the divergent instituional settings of social welfare in the modern societies. On the ground of such reflexions about the basic problems the course will try to construct a welfare system model which fits the specific korean conditions in terms of political, social and cultural structures.
4 1 SOC3037 Interactive Contents Design Extended Major 3-1-2
An introduction, analysis and critique of interactive content on the internet. Topics include information architecture, navigation system design and screen design. This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate in a variety of interactive content development projects.
4 1 SOC4039 Collective Intelligence in Practice Extended Major 3-2-1
In this course the students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are, and their significance for our cyber-society.
4 2 PSD1002 Politics and Society Core Major 3-2-1
The main theme of the course is the tension and conflict between the democratic system and the complex structures of the modern society. Therefore, the theoretical issues and institutional settings that are concerned the realisation of the democratic principles will be sytematically discussed and analysed.
4 2 SOC3015 Social Welfare Extended Major 3-3-0
The course traces the theoretical, historical and philosophical background of the welfare systems and campares the divergent instituional settings of social welfare in the modern societies. On the ground of such reflexions about the basic problems the course will try to construct a welfare system model which fits the specific korean conditions in terms of political, social and cultural structures.
4 2 SOC4032 Special Semina in Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
This course uses Wikipedia to teach students to understand the collective intelligence on the Internet in sociological perspective. The students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are. This understanding is highly useful in today's world: only a few years ago, Technocrati's chief technologist stated soon "knowledge of wikis will be a required job skill".
4 2 PSD1002 Politics and Society Core Major 3-2-1
The main theme of the course is the tension and conflict between the democratic system and the complex structures of the modern society. Therefore, the theoretical issues and institutional settings that are concerned the realisation of the democratic principles will be sytematically discussed and analysed.
4 2 SOC3015 Social Welfare Extended Major 3-3-0
The course traces the theoretical, historical and philosophical background of the welfare systems and campares the divergent instituional settings of social welfare in the modern societies. On the ground of such reflexions about the basic problems the course will try to construct a welfare system model which fits the specific korean conditions in terms of political, social and cultural structures.
4 2 SOC4032 Special Semina in Sociology Core Major 3-2-1
This course uses Wikipedia to teach students to understand the collective intelligence on the Internet in sociological perspective. The students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are. This understanding is highly useful in today's world: only a few years ago, Technocrati's chief technologist stated soon "knowledge of wikis will be a required job skill".
4 2 PSD1002 Politics and Society Extended Major 3-2-1
The main theme of the course is the tension and conflict between the democratic system and the complex structures of the modern society. Therefore, the theoretical issues and institutional settings that are concerned the realisation of the democratic principles will be sytematically discussed and analysed.
4 2 SOC4032 Special Semina in Sociology Extended Major 3-2-1
This course uses Wikipedia to teach students to understand the collective intelligence on the Internet in sociological perspective. The students will get a working understanding of what wikis in general, and Wikipedia in particular, are. This understanding is highly useful in today's world: only a few years ago, Technocrati's chief technologist stated soon "knowledge of wikis will be a required job skill".
4 2 SOC4038 MULTI-CULTURALSOCIETY Extended Major 3-2-1
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.