Edited by Helmut M. Artus and Matthias Herfurth
Opladen: Leske + Budrich 1996, 404 Pages
64,- DM (obtainable at the bookseller's)
The variety of sociological courses, study and examination regulations is so broad that it is hardly comprehensible. This book should lead to a better orientation: it should help students in their choice of place of study and in structuring their studies. It should also give sociologists, who work as researchers, lecturers or practitioners in the profession, a comprehensive overview of the variety within their subject.
Tables present the study requirements in German universities, in which sociology can be studied as a major subject: thematic, theoretical and methodological emphases; institutes and professorial chairs; number of students and lecturers; study and examination regulations; research departments; practical content; among much more.
Beyond this, there are six scientific articles which give information on:
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