Sociology Lectures

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    Sociology 1 - Lecture 1

    49:01

    Introduction to Sociology

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    Introduction to Sociology - The Sociological Imagination - Part 1

    53:44

    The Sociological Imagination: Who We Are and How We Got Here - Part 1--This course provides a sampling of problems and methods used by sociologists, with
    concrete examples from everyday life, history, and contemporary events.

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    Sociology 1 - Lecture 2

    47:42

    Introduction to Sociology

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Rural Society in India

    16:03

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Sociology - Lecture 6: Conformity

    1:2:20

    Social Psychology: Self and Society
    Professor Robb Willer

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    Sociology Optional By Vikash Ranjan - Orientation Lecture

    1:49:13

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    Sociology Lecture 2 By Vikash Ranjan

    2:19:16

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Westernization and Sanskritization

    14:35

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Green Revolution and its Impact on Rural Areas in India

    15:41

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Introduction to Sociology Lecture #1

    14:59

    A brief introduction to sociology. Enjoy!

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Subjectivity and Objectivity in Research

    15:40

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Sociology 150A - Lecture 3: Cognitive Biases 1

    1:10:03

    Social Psychology: Self and Society
    Professor Robb Willer

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    Sociology 150A - Lecture 1: Introduction to Social Psychology

    57:40

    Social Psychology: Self and Society
    Professor Robb Willer

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Dimensions of Culture

    16:14

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Lord Giddens: Understanding Society - A Sociologists Perspective

    44:34

    CRASSH 'Understanding Society' lectures supported by the Thriplow Charitable Trust

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Nature of Industrial Society

    13:37

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Research Methdology in Social Sciences

    14:38

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    SOC101_Lecture01

    55:45

    SOC101 Introduction to Sociology, SOC101_Lecture01

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Constitution of India

    15:11

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Sociology Optional - 2017 Mains - Orientation Lecture by Vikash Ranjan Sir

    2:40:03

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    Classical sociological theory - Marx, Weber, Durkheim

    31:56

    In this lecture, Dr. Tom Rudel overviews three classical sociological theorists – Marx, Weber and Durkheim. He notes that all three are structuralists, but that each identifies a different force that structures economic activity and outcomes. He describes Marx’s focus on the factory as the site of consumption and production, and he notes the contemporary theories of the treadmill of production and world systems as deriving from Marx’s theories. He then summarizes the theories of Weber, who sees the rationalized state as structuring production and consumption, and he highlights ecological modernization and notions of a world society as updates of Weber’s theories. Finally, he discusses Durkheim’s ideas about occupations and the division of labor as structuring economic activity, and notes the theoretical assumption that stability and technological developments are generated by economic specialization.

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    GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY Lecture:1 - Introduction, Michael Burawoy

    53:10

    Global Sociology 185

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    Sociology 13.2 Lecture - Political Institutions

    12:44

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    Samajshashtra Ka Parichaye Part 1

    30:19

    Samajshashtra Ka Parichaye Part 1
    Dr. Deepti Shrivastava
    For Student of Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University ,Bhopal
    B.A. 1st year , Sociology , 1st Paper, Published By -EMPRC, MPBOU

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Socialization and Agencies of Socialization

    17:31

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Sociological Thinker : Émile Durkheim

    59:02

    This Lecture talks about Émile Durkheim

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    Nicholas Christakis: The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence

    56:35

    If You're So Free, Why Do You Follow Others? The Sociological Science Behind Social Networks and Social Influence.

    Nicholas Christakis, Professor of Medical Sociology, Medicine, and Sociology at Harvard University

    If you think you're in complete control of your destiny or even your own actions, you're wrong. Every choice you make, every behavior you exhibit, and even every desire you have finds its roots in the social universe. Nicholas Christakis explains why individual actions are inextricably linked to sociological pressures; whether you're absorbing altruism performed by someone you'll never meet or deciding to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge, collective phenomena affect every aspect of your life. By the end of the lecture Christakis has revealed a startling new way to understand the world that ranks sociology as one of the most vitally important social sciences.

    The Floating University
    Originally released September 2011.

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    Joel Cohen: An Introduction to Demography (Malthus Miffed: Are People the Problem?)


    Steven Pinker: Linguistics as a Window to Understanding the Brain

    Leon Botstein: Art Now (Aesthetics Across Music, Painting, Architecture, Movies, and More.)


    Tamar Gendler: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Politics and Economics

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    Mod-01 Lec-01 What is sociology?

    54:32

    Introductory Sociology by Prof. A.K. Sharma, Department of Humanities and
    Social Sciences,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Advantages and Disadvantages of Types of Research Methods

    17:46

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Discourses of Modernity and Sociology

    57:33

    This lecture is by Dr. Subhash Mohapatra . He answered following two questions- a. How modernity is affecting life and society.b. How India is entering into modernity.

    Learning Objectives :

    1. To find relationship between modernity and sociology.

    2. To understand the concept of modernity .

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Field Work Method in Sociology

    14:37

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    My Sociology Mini Lecture 2.4 Role Conflict and Role Strain

    6:49

    This video is one of a series of mini slideshow lectures produced in support of the My Sociology textbook.


    The sociological concepts role conflict and role strain are the topics of this presentation.


    For more information about My Sociology contact David Strickland or read the following article.
    Strickland, D. & Strickland, C. (2013). My sociology: The challenge of transforming classroom culture from a focus on grades to a focus on learning. Journal of Public and Professional Sociology (

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    Sociology Lecture 3 by Vikash Ranjan

    2:15:19

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    Neil deGrasse Tyson Lecture @ UW 5/12/2011 FULL

    2:23:07

    Neil deGrasse Tyson gives a wonderful lecture at the University of Washington; covering Astronomy, Sociology, and Scientific development in an entertaining lecture.

    NDT Shows up around 7:49

    Please note that this video is for Educational purposes, and as such is posted under terms of Fair Use. It is important that education passes through on all mediums to those who wish to learn - and thank you, the viewer, for seeking to expand your knowledge.

    Another Note: I was not physically present at this lecture. I am not the camera man. The Camera man did what he could to keep NDT on the camera while also paying attention to the slides. Sometimes he didn't catch the slides. If he focused on the slides only, there would be a crop of complainers that they never showed NDT. So before you add to the complaint list about the Camera Man's work, then either stop watching this video, or upload your own - Complaints do nothing but try to show how smart you were that you have something negative to say.

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    Sociology 150A - Lecture 15: Social Identity Theory 2

    1:11:56

    Social Psychology: Self and Society
    Professor Robb Willer

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    Sample Lecture – Medical Sociology

    7:56

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    Contemporary Sociology Theory - Husserl and Phenomenology - Lecture 1

    1:12:20

    Course: Contemporary Sociology Theory - WEEK 5 - Husserl and Phenomenology - 1
    Instructor: Assoc. Prof. Erdoğan Yıldırım


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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Process of Industrialization and Urbanization

    15:21

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Introduction to Sociology, first day

    31:02

    ©2012 Professor Mike

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    Sociology of Education

    30:01

    An overview of the sociology of education, outlining the four major theoretical perspectives.

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    Advanced Listening Comprehension - Unit 3: Sociology with Subtitle

    23:36

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    Open Session on Art of Answer Writing for Sociology Optional

    1:54:15

    Open Session on Art of Answer Writing for Sociology Optional_28-08-2016

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Role of Political Parties

    15:03

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    UCLA SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

    48:41

    SPOTLIGHT SOCIOLOGY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
    March 13th 5:00pm | Professor Abigail Saguy

    HAINES HALL 39

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    Sociology Test Series - 2017 Mains - Orientation Lecture by Vikash Ranjan Sir

    1:51:33

    Class Start Date : 3rd January
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    Why do you use practical teaching methods in your sociology lectures?

    1:57

    Dr. Patrick White discusses why practical teaching methods are important. In this video he gives two examples from his Research Methods module at The University of Leicester to outline how interactive teaching helps students to develop a deeper understanding of the subject.

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    Sociology for TSPSC Group 1 Group 2 - Salient Features of Indian Society

    14:55

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    NCERT Video Lectures Series in Sociology: Types of Data

    16:08

    Dr. Sheetal Sharma, Assistant Professor at School of International Studies, JNU delivering the lecture.

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    Race and Ethnicity lecture used in my intro to sociology class last spring

    10:18

    This is a video lecture from class

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    Micro- and Macrosociology, Functionalism & Conflict Theory – Sociology | Medical Video

    4:34

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