Seminar : Sociology II
TeachersSATO, Seika
Elective, CreditsCompulsory  2 credit [Department of Sociology]
 Syllabus NumberSEM-302

Course Description

We are living in the era when more and more people, especially of the younger generation, work and live in precarious conditions while some, if very few, make an exorbitant amount of fortune with a click of a mouse. This seminar attempts to develop deeper understandings on issues surrounding work and life in the context of rapidly changing globalized economy, where the conditions as well as the meanings of work and life are in deep flux. Participants are also expected to cultivate their own vision for work and life that will help them navigate their ways into the future.