Industrial Sociology is a college-level course dealing with the social and economic impacts of industrialization. The class generally begins with a review of the history of industrialization before looking at the ongoing industrialization process in the developing world. Finally, industrialization's economic impacts on both the micro and macro levels are discussed. If your classroom moves too quickly for you to internalize all of the information, Varsity Tutors can refer you to an experienced Industrial Sociology tutor to help you pursue your academic goals.
Here are some of the topics commonly discussed during Industrial Sociology tutoring sessions:
- Competing Models of Industrialization (U.S.A vs. France vs. China)
- Modernization Theory
- Inequality in the Contemporary World
- Dawn of the Industrial Age (Marxism, Class Struggle)
- Consumer Society
- Critical Thinking Skills
A lot of Industrial Sociology entails reading, whether it's the content in your textbook or scholarship in the discipline. If you're not in the habit of taking notes as you read, your Industrial Sociology tutor can show you how to do so to promote better information retention. You might also highlight some of the material to make it easier to find in the future.
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