|1.||Analyse key theoretical frameworks of political sociology and distinguish key differences between these frameworks;|
|2.||Contextualise the basis, and political significance, of writing on race, class and gender as problems; and|
|3.||Reflect on the utility of political sociology as a way to understand social 'problems'.|
|Examination||Take home exam interpreting a key theoretical frameworks||20%|
|Presentation||Tutorial presentation and report||30%|
|Essay||A reflective essay drawing on the concepts from political sociology to assess specific social and political issues.||50%|
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