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課程概述

This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will offer the participants an introduction into the most important classical sociological readings between the 18th and 20th century. Highly influential social science scholars, such as Karl Marx, Max Weber and Emile Durkheim, will be discussed during 8 sessions. Combined with small tests, based on the video’s and recommended readings, the participants will be encouraged to dive deeply into the complex texts and get familiar with classical sociological concepts that are still very relevant today....

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SS
2019年1月6日

Simple,neat and interesting way of explaining the content. Didn't get bored. Good refreshment if you already know the stuff and good introduction if you are new to sociology. Professor is really nice.

DT
2018年10月28日

This is a course which helps you understand the origin of Sociology. The content of this course includes all the sociologists who played a great role, also the lectures are delivered in a superb way.

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551 - 古典社会学理论 的 575 個評論(共 576 個)

創建者 Roldan, P L T

2020年9月19日

The conversational language made me feel like I'm learning in the classroom.

創建者 GÜLÇE A

2020年2月9日

It was very instructive. But lessons could have been longer and detailed.

創建者 pranayaggarwal01

2020年8月23日

Well structured course, competent faculty, explained in simple language.

創建者 Abir H C

2020年5月31日

Doesn't go that deep. Just helps you to improve your reading ability

創建者 Gloria M G R

2017年1月22日

The course was great, though the final exam was a little too much.

創建者 Joy S

2018年11月21日

Thourough grounding in the subject. Tough final test.

創建者 Kevin C

2019年8月8日

Very compelling, but could be a bit more rigorous.

創建者 Magret C

2020年9月12日

thank you soo much, this experience was amazing

創建者 SREEHARI K R

2020年9月13日

It was a good experience and understood a lot.

創建者 Jose R N D

2017年9月29日

Great course! fully recommended for beginners.

創建者 Ana E V C

2016年1月28日

A great insight on the classical sociologists

創建者 jhoan j a p

2019年4月13日

lastima que tenga traducciones limitadas

創建者 ABHIRAMI S L

2020年7月28日

Awesome and the lectures are so clear.

創建者 Samuele B

2020年8月17日

Interesting course, well laid-out.

創建者 Chris M

2020年6月1日

Amazing and passionate professor!

創建者 biswajit b

2019年7月15日

Its really helpful us

創建者 Aniek M

2016年6月9日

Interesting course :)

創建者 Chinedu C U

2020年7月12日

An insightful course

創建者 Daniel B R V

2015年8月21日

Great profesor

創建者 Dr S R

2019年7月18日

awesome notes

創建者 Hagar T

2020年5月2日

Good teacher, good humour. However, as it's only an introduction, it doesn't go in-depth and that might be missing. The English subtitles are horrendous.

創建者 Iskra K

2016年8月25日

Course have nice subject, but somehow cannot take my full attention all the time. Missing more practical examples.

創建者 M. P M L

2017年4月28日

It seemed to me that it is a good introduction for someone totally new to the topic.

創建者 Alex S

2020年3月10日

Really enjoyed the course subject, but the over-reliance on one textbook that isn't available online was a real problem. Although I read the alternative readings instead, that wasn't sufficient to pass the test questions, which were all very specifically about the readings that were behind paywalls. Seems to go against the whole point of running a MOOC in the first place. Also seems odd to rely on a textbook rather than the source text given the stated course aims.

Also, rehashing each question three times seemed like a cop-out - why bother with a final test when you've already done all the questions earlier?

創建者 Rajesh C

2018年9月6日

While Prof. Bart van Heerikhuizen is a passionate admirer of the first parents of Sociology and manages to pass on this critical admiration through his lectures, the course itself demands too little from the students. The end-of-week tests end up re-hashing the same questions asked in between lecture videos. The few questions that require students to engage with external readings expect nothing more than a superficial engagement. This course needs to be intensive and take itself a lot more seriously.