Social microstructures (wykład) - 2018/2019

Course description
General information
Lecturer:prof. dr hab. Sławomir Partycki
Organising unit:Faculty of Social Sciences - Instytut Socjologii
Number of hours (week/semester): 2/30
Language of instruction:Język polski
Course objective
G1. To acquaint students with selected theories and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes.
G2. Presenting to students the possibilities of analyzing, diagnosing, explaining and forecasting phenomena and processes taking place in small social structures, including in the context of economic, cultural and political changes.
G3. To familiarize students with the specificity of the structure and dynamics of selected small groups and social processes.
Prerequisites
W1- interest in the subject matter of the lecture
W2- Ability of group working
Learning outcomes
Knowledge
The student knows the basic concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes K_W01
The student has knowledge about the functioning of individuals, social groups, social, political and economic organizations at the micro level. K_W02
The student has knowledge about the specificity of social structures and the dynamics of selected small groups and social processes. K_W04
Skills
The student recognizes, analyzes and predicts the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. K_U01
The student compares different positions of researchers regarding selected problems of small social structures. K_U04
The student uses basic concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes in the analysis of selected social problems. K_U02
Competences
The student is aware of the importance of processes at the micro level, transformations in socio-professional structures. K_K02
The student is open to new theoretical concepts referring to selected problems of small social structures. K_K06
The student is open to continuous deepening of knowledge in the field of small social structures. K_K02
Teaching method
Traditional lecture, conversational lecture
Course content description
1. Statics and dynamics and social life.
2. Cyberspace and physical space in social life.
3. The individual and society - a sketch of historical conditions.
4. Freedom and Digit Code Codes.
5. Man in theological and sociological interpretation.
6. The specificity of selected processes in real and virtual space.
7. Social communication and its meaning in physical and network reality.
8. Verbal and non-verbal forms of communication.
9. Social socialization in the age of information.
10. Social identity of the individual and the community.
11. Action, social activity in various theoretical perspectives.
12. Interactions and social relations in the theoretical approach.
13. Partnership - contemporary social imperative.
14. Social personality. Social attitude.
15. Constitution of a social person in relational network systems.
Forms of assessment
Oral exam
Rating 2
The student does not know the basic concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes.
The student does not have knowledge in the field of functioning, individuals, social groups, social, political and economic organizations at the micro level.
The student is not able to recognize, analyze and forecast the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures.

The student can not evaluate or formulate the shape of the modern world.

Rating 3
The student knows some concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes.
The student has a small knowledge of functioning, individuals, social groups, social, political and economic organizations on the micro plane.
The student is able to recognize, analyze and forecast to a small extent the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it partially formulates the shape of the modern world.
The student partially understands the importance of processes at the micro level, transformations in socio-professional structures, the knowledge acquired to a small extent relates to the development of their own professional path.

Rating 4
The student knows all the basic concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes.
The student has a good knowledge of functioning, individuals, social groups, social, political and economic organizations at the micro level.
The student is able to recognize, analyze and forecast the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it partially formulates the shape of the modern world.
The student understands well the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it well forms the shape of the modern world.
He acquires acquired knowledge for the development of his own professional path.

Rating 5
The student knows the basic concepts and concepts in the field of small structures and social processes very well.
The student has a very good knowledge of functioning, individuals, social groups, social, political and economic organizations at the micro level.
The student can very well recognize, analyze and predict the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it partially formulates the shape of the modern world.
The student understands well the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes in within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it partially formulates the shape of the modern world.
The student understands very well the activities of individuals and social groups, social, cultural and economic processes within microstructures. On the basis of their evaluation, it well forms the shape of the modern world.
He acquires acquired knowledge for the development of his own professional path.
Required reading list
Literatura podstawowa:
R. A. Podgórski, Socjologia. Mikrostruktury, Bydgoszcz- Olsztyn 2008.
P. Sztompka, Socjologia. Analiza społeczna, Kraków 2002.
I. Machaj, Małe struktury społeczne, Lublin 1998.
J. Turowski, Socjologia. Małe struktury społeczne, Lublin 2001.
Literatura uzupełniająca:
M. T. Frankowski, Socjologia. Mikrostruktury społeczne, Warszawa 2004.
S. Partycki, Życie społeczne w krainie liczb, Lublin 2016.
S. Partycki, Miłość a życie społeczne, Lublin 2018.
Field of study: Sociology
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year I - Semester 1
Number of ECTS credits: 3
Form of assessment: Examination