School of Sociology
- Department of International Development ( Johnn F.Kennedy House)
- School of Government
- Department of Economics
- Arlington Business School
How can we better address the conflicts and inequalities in global, institutional, and personal relations? By teaching core sociological theories and methods, the Department of Sociology at Stanford instructs students how to critically evaluate human behavior and social organizations.
The department specializes in four areas of study. These include organizations, business, and the economy; social movements, comparative politics, and social change; social psychology and interpersonal processes; and social inequality. Through its strong interdisciplinary ties with other MTI programs such as, as well as its commitment to hands-on research, the department produces work that engages with social issues of our time
Our School values interdisciplinary research, as evidenced by our close connections to
the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.
the Elizabeth C. Stanton Institute for Gender Research
the Collins Hills Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality
The Waltton BournerInstitute for International Studies
and many more.
GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY Lecture:1 – Michael Burawoy
Global Sociology 185 – Lecture:1 – Introduction – Michael Burawoy
GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY Lecture: 2 – Michael Watts
Sociology 185 – Lecture 3: GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY – Michael Watts