Social Organization

3 credits

GN_HON 2245H

Honors - General
Honors College

This course examines various forms of social organization from an interdisciplinary perspective. The course will examine small organizations (such as families and kin networks) that are grounded in face-to-face relationships and then consider the impact of large-scale organizations (such as markets and states). The class will also explore how these larger organizations can hold together in the absence of direct personal connections between members. Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required.