You should normally have a Masters degree in a relevant subject area.
Months of entry
Goldsmiths' research in sociology covers a range of areas including art and literature, deviance, education, the sociology of governance and regulation, theories of industrial society, health, illness and psychiatry, interpersonal relations, knowledge, politics, 'race' and ethnicity, class, religion, values in society, childhood and youth culture, the body and society, social aspects of the life sciences and bio-medicine, science and technology, the expansion of capitalism on a world scale, urban studies, gender and the sexual division of labour, and culture and communications.
Race and ethnicity; religion; values in society; childhood and youth culture; the body and society; social aspects of the life sciences and bio-medicine; urban studies.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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