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SOCL 943: Capitalism and Crisis
Module convenor: Bob Jessop
The aims are to introduce debates on:
We consider a major theme in classical and contemporary sociology -- capitalism and its crisis-tendencies. The historical and geographical scope of the course depends on student interests and current events as well earlier developments in capitalism in different countries.
One short essay (1500 words) on a leading approach to capitalism submitted in week 7, 30% of final mark
One longer essay (3500 words) on an aspect of the contemporary crisis submitted at the end of the module, 70% of final mark.
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