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abend theory syllabus spring 2011

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Unformatted text preview: n. Blackwell. 3 (b) Goffman, Erving. 1963. Behavior in Public Places: Notes on the Social Organization of Gatherings. Free Press. (c) Durkheim, Émile. 1982. The Rules of Sociological Method and Selected Texts on Sociology and its Method. Edited with an introduction by Steven Lukes. Translated by W.D. Halls. Free Press. The other texts that we’ll read are either available online, or will be available on Blackboard. Please see section 12 below. 9. If you have questions… (1) Practical question. Example: When is the next test? Please read the syllabus and the course’s Blackboard site carefully. If you’re positive that the answer isn’t there, email the professor or the teaching assistant. (2) Substantive question. Example: I don’t understand what Marx means by “commodity fetishism.” You may either (a) come to the professor’s or the teaching assistant’s office hours—which we strongly encourage you to; or (b) ask us after class. Unfortunately, due to their nature, substantive questions can’t be answered by email. Gabriel Abend email: abend at nyu dot edu Office hours: Tue 1:00 ­3:00 Office location: Sociology Department, 295 Lafayette St., 4th floor, room 4143 Mark Cohen email: mc2579 at nyu dot edu Office hours: Thu 4:00 ­6:00 Office location: Sociology Department, 295 Lafayette St., 4th floor, room 4177 10. Ple...
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