At Cultural Sociology we study the transformations of cultural identities and social relations in a context of globalization, migration, restructuring of the welfare state and the expansion of social media. More specifically, the program addresses changes in popular culture, body culture and gendered identities.
We study how cultural values and the nature of social relations shape economic practices and how emotions shape politics and social life in general; we work with issues of change in rural life conditions and rural identity; we explore civil-society related topics and transformations of state-citizen relations; and we study the emergence and transformations of subcultures, countercultures and social movements.
That is why you should study Cultural Sociology
- Cultural Sociology will give you a command of sociological theory and methods, as well as the opportunity to specialize in an area of research of your own specific interest
- The master’s programme covers a variety of theories, themes and methods.
- You will be able to use both statistical tools and to a variety of advanced qualitative methods for collecting and analyzing empirical data.
- The programme includes various thematic courses. Some are of a “hands-on” character, such as courses in project management and advanced evaluation methods.
- Part of the master’s programme is dedicated to the experience of being an intern. Hence, students will have the opportunity to do an internship in a public organization, a private enterprise, or an NGO in Denmark or elsewhere in the world.