CURRICULUM OF

SOCIOLOGY For BS 4-Year Program

(Revised 2009)

SN H HR ISIO IG E DC T N O M EU AIO C M

HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION ISLAMABAD

CURRICULUM DIVISION, HEC
Dr. Syed Sohail H. Naqvi Prof. Dr. Altaf Ali G. Shaikh Miss Ghayyur Fatima Mr. M. Tahir Ali Shah Mr. Shafiullah Executive Director Member (Acad) Director (Curri) Deputy Director (Curri) Deputy Director

Composed by: Mr. Zulfiqar Ali, HEC, Islamabad

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CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introduction………………………………… 6 Standardized Template for BS 4-year Degree programme …..……………………. 9 Layout for BS Sociology..…………………. 10 Scheme of Studies for 4-year BS in Sociology …………………………… 11 Details of Foundation Courses……………. 14 Details of Major Courses………………….. 33 Details of Compulsory Courses…………... 70 Recommendations ………………………... 82

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PREFACE
Curriculum of a subject is said to be the throbbing pulse of a nation. By looking at the curriculum one can judge the state of intellectual development and the state of progress of the nation. The world has turned into a global village; new ideas and information are pouring in like a stream. It is, therefore, imperative to update our curricula regularly by introducing the recent developments in the relevant fields of knowledge. In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Federal Supervision of Curricula Textbooks and Maintenance of Standards of Education Act 1976, the Federal Government vide notification No. D773/76-JEA (cur.), dated December 4th 1976, appointed the University Grants Commission as the competent authority to look after the curriculum revision work beyond class XII at the bachelor level and onwards to all degrees, certificates and diplomas awarded by degree colleges, universities and other institutions of higher education. In pursuance of the above decisions and directives, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) is continually performing curriculum revision in collaboration with universities. According to the decision of the special meeting of ViceChancellor’s Committee, the curriculum of a subject must be reviewed after every 3 years. A committee of experts comprising of conveners from the National Curriculum Revision of HEC in Basic, Applied Social Sciences and Engineering disciplines met in April 2007 and developed a unified template to standardize degree programs in the country to bring the national curriculum at par with international standards, and to fulfill the needs of the local industries. It also aimed to give a basic, broad based knowledge to the students to ensure the quality of education. The new Bachelor (BS) degree shall be of 4 years duration, and will require the completion of 130-136 credit hours. For those social sciences and basic sciences degrees, 63.50% of the curriculum will consist of discipline specific courses, and 36.50% will consist of compulsory courses and general courses offered through other departments. For the purpose of curriculum revision various committees are constituted at the national level, comprising of senior teachers nominated by universities, degree awarding institutions, R&D organizations, respective accreditation councils and stake holders. The National Curriculum Revision Committee for Sociology in a meeting held on April 9-11, 2009 at HEC Regional Centre, Lahore revised the curriculum in light of the unified template. The revised draft curriculum is being circulated for implementation in the concerned institutions.

PROF.DR.ALTAF ALI G. SHAIKH Member Academics August 2009

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UNDER CONSIDERATION CURRI. R&D. HEC BACK TO STAGE-I PREP. OF DRAFT BY NCRC REVIEW IMPLE. Preparation 5 . PREP. National Curriculum Revision Committee VCC. OF NCRC. Abbreviations Used: NCRC. EXP. OF CURRI. INDUSTRY & COUNCILS APPRAISAL OF 1ST DRAFT BY EXP PREP. LI R&D HEC Vice-Chancellor’s Committee Experts Colleges Universities Recommendations Learning Innovation Research & Development Organization Higher Education Commission ORIENTATION COURSES BY LI. IN DRAFT STAGE FINAL STAGE FOLLOW UP COLLECTION OF EXP NOMINATION UNI. QUESTIONNAIRE CONS. UNI. COL.CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT STAGE-I STAGE-II STAGE-III STAGE-IV CURRI. FINALIZATION OF DRAFT BY NCRC COMMENTS PRINTING OF CURRI. OF FINAL CURRI. REC.

Muhammad Hafeez. Member 5. University of Sindh. Lahore. Dept of Sociology & Anthropology University of Peshawar. Assistant Professor. Fateh Muhammad Burfat Chairman. Dept of Sociology. Dept of Sociology University of the Punjab. University of Karachi. Anwar Alam Associate Professor. Riffat Munawar. College University.INTRODUCTION Final meeting of the National Curriculum Revision Committee (NCRC) on Sociology developing curriculum for B. Department of Sociology. Faisalabad. Jamshoro Convener 2. Dr. Muhammad Hafeez Director. Govt. Member 4. Member 3. Member 6. Karachi Dr. Institute of Social and Cultural Studies. Dr. Lahore chaired the meeting and the following members from different universities participated in the meeting: 1. Dr. Dr. Peshawar. University of the Punjab. 2009 at Higher Education Commission (HEC) Regional Center. Professor Dr. Haq Nawaz Anwar Chairperson.S. 4 – year programme was convened on April 9 -11. University of the Punjab. Assistant Professor. Dept of Sociology. Department of Sociology. Lahore. Director. Aijaz Wassan. Member 6 . Lahore Professor Dr.

Muhammad Hafeez. Islamabad briefly explained that the objective of the meeting of NCRC is to review and finalize the draft curriculum prepared during the first meeting. Najma Noor Phulpoto Chairperson. Ms. Khairpur. Dept of Sociology. Lahore. Lahore welcomed the participants. University. Director Incharge. Dept. Ghayyur Fatima. Mr. Islamabad.Z. Member 10. of Sociology. Irfan ul Haq. B. Head Department of Sociology. Dr. Director (Curriculum). Multan Syed Imran Haider. Member 8. Member 9. Local Government. Senior Engineer/Environmentalist. NESPAK. Prof. Mr. appreciated the work done by the NCRC during its first meeting held on October 30 to November 1. Member 12. 2008 and 7 .7. Lecturer. HEC. Hafiz Rashid Mehmood Directorate General of Katchi Abadis & Urban Improvement. Imran ul Haq. Lahore. Secretary The opening session of the meeting was held on April 9. Saif Abbasi. Bashir Ahmad. Lahore. Farhan Ahmad Faiz Lecturer. Shah Abdul Latif University. Department Government of Punjab. HEC Regional Office. Head (Environment & Settlement). Allama Iqbal Open University. of Sociology. Member 13. Islamabad Mr. Professor Dr. International Islamic University. Dept. Mr. 2009 with the recitation of verses from Holy Quran. Member 11. NESPAK.

The following schedule was agreed to complete the assignment. 8 .hoped that the members of this meeting will perform with the same commitment and zeal. Fateh Muhammad Burfat and comprised of all the members of NCRC was requested to review the final draft of the curriculum before submission to HEC. The meeting ended with a vote of thanks by the Chair. The committee confirmed the minutes of 1st meeting and appreciated the support of Higher Education Commission and particularly the cooperation of Ms. Day-1(09-04-2009) Day-2 (10-04-2009) Day-3 (11-04-2009) Development of objectives for each course Books recommended for each course Review and finalizing of the curriculum Closing ceremony All members mutually developed the objectives in the light of contents and requirements of each course and prepared list of recommended book on first two days of the meeting. Ghayyur Fatima extended during the meeting. In this regards. a brainstorming session was held on the third day of the meeting. The finalized scheme of studies prepared is attached. A sub-committee headed by Professor Dr. Committee members highly appreciated the cooperation extended by the staff members of HEC regional centre Lahore.

STANDARDIZED TEMPLATE / SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR FOURYEAR INTEGRATED CURRICULA FOR BACHELOR DEGREE IN BASIC. 1. 3. 5. Categories Compulsory Requirement (No Choice) General Courses to be chosen from other departments Discipline-specific Foundation Courses Major Courses including research project/Internship Electives within the major Total  Total numbers of Credit hours  Duration  Semester duration  Semesters  Course Load per Semester Number of courses per semester 130-136 4 years 16-18 weeks 8 15-18 Cr hr 4-6 9 . 4. NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES STRUCTURE No. 2. SOCIAL. of courses Min – Max 9–9 7–8 9 – 10 11 – 13 4–4 40 – 44 Credit Hours Min – Max 25 – 25 21 – 24 30 – 33 36 – 42 12 – 12 124 – 136 Sr.

Introduction to Sociology 2. Islamic Studies / Ethics 7. Social Statistics 9. Industrial Sociology 12. Pakistan Studies 6. 4. Corporate Social Responsibilities 6. Clinical Sociology 4. Conflict and Alternative Dispute Reselection 3. Introduction to Law 7. 11. Sociology of Law and Human rights 9. Rural Development 10. Social Anthropology 10. Introduction to Geographical Information System 11. 10. Functional English 2.hr 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 12 / Total Credit Hours: 133 University has the option to recommend any other course in lieu of English IV Universities may recommend any other discipline according to their facility and faculty available 10 . Electronic Media & Virtual Society 8. 8. 6. 13. Contemporary Sociological Theories 5. 7. 3. Introduction to Economics 6. Development of Social Thought 3. Introduction to Environment 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 21 Discipline Specific Foundation Courses 10 courses 31Credit hours Subject 1. Classical Sociological Theories 4. Everyday Science 10. Social Work 8. hr 1. Mass Communication 2. Political Science 9. Advance Research Methodology 9. Communication Skills 3. Criminology 11. Technical Writing and Presentation Skills 4. hr 1. Organizational Behaviour and HRD 7. Pakistani Society & Culture 6.LAYOUT FOR BS SOCIOLOGY Compulsory Requirements (the student has no choice) 9 courses 25 Credit hours Subject Cr. hr 1. Introduction to Management 3. Hours Subject ** Cr. Sociology of Development Project Planning & Management Community Development Introduction to Population Studies Rural Sociology Urban Sociology Sociology of Health & Medicine Comparative Social Institutions Social Change & Transformation Sociology of Religion Sociology of Education Sociology of Globalization Research Project & Thesis Internship 3 3+1 3 3+1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 44 * ** Elective Courses within the major 4 courses 12 Credit Hours Subject Any four of the following 1. Methods of Social Research 8. 5. Introduction to Computer 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 General Courses to be chosen from other departments 7 courses 21 Cr. Introduction to Psychology 5. Governance and Social Policy 5. University Option 5. 12. Logic and Critical Thinking 4. Islamic Sociology Cr. Impact Assessment 2. Gender Studies Cr. Hr 3 3 3 3 3 3 3+1 3 3 3 31 25 Major courses including research project/internship 13 courses 44Credit hours Subject Cr. Social Psychology 7. 9. Mathematics 8. 2.

OPTIONAL GENERAL-VII FOUNDATION-IV Contemporary Sociological Theories FOUNDATION-V Pakistani Society & Culture FOUNDATION-VI Gender Studies FOUNDATION-VII Criminology FOUNDATION-VIII Research Methodology MAJOR-I Sociology of Development MAJOR-II Project Planning & Management MAJOR-III Community Development FOUNDATION-IX Research Design & Sociometry Credits 3 2 3 3 3 3 17 3 2 3 3 3 3 17 3 3 3 3 3 15 3 3 3 3 3 15 3 3+1 3 3+1 3 17 3 11 to Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth .MODEL SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR 4 YEAR INTEGRATED BS (HONS) Semester/Yea r First Name of Subject ENGLISH-I PAKISTAN STUDIES MATH/STAT-1 GENERAL-I GENERAL-II FOUNDATION-I Introduction Sociology ENGLISH-II ISLAMIC STUDIES / ETHICS Social Statistics GENERAL-III GENERAL-IV FOUNDATION-II Social Thought ENGLISH-III INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER GENERAL-V GENERAL-VI FOUNDATION-III Classical Sociological Theories ENGLISH-IV / UNIV.

FOUNDATION-X Anthropology MAJOR-IV Population Studies MAJOR-V Rural Sociology MAJOR-VI Urban Sociology Seventh MAJOR-VII Sociology of Health & Medicine MAJOR-VIII Comparative Social Institutions MAJOR-VIII Sociology of Education ELECTIVE-I ELECTIVE-II MAJOR-IX RESEARCH PROJ / INTERNSHIP MAJOR-XI Social Change & Transformation MAJOR-XII Sociology of Religion MAJOR-XII Sociology of Globalization ELECTIVE-III ELECTIVE-IV MAJOR-X RESEARCH PROJ / INTERNSHIP SUB TOTAL 3 3+1 3 3 16 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 133 Eight 12 .

Introduction to Sociology Development of Social Thought Classical Sociological Theories Contemporary Sociological Theories Pakistani Society & Culture Social Psychology Methods of Social Research Advance Research Methodology Social Anthropology 10. 5. Gender Studies 13 .LIST OF FOUNDATION COURSES 1. 6. 7. 2. 3. 9. 8. 4.

Non-Voluntary ii. aspects and characteristics of Culture i. Primary and Secondary group iii. Process of Social Interaction a) Cooperation b) Competition c) Conflict d) Accommodation e) Acculturation and diffusion f) Assimilation g) Amalgamation 3. Types of social groups i. Voluntary c. and Subject Matter b. Group. Definition & Functions b. Sociology as a Science c. Levels of Social Interaction ii. Material and non material culture 14 . Social Interaction i. Reference groups iv. Definition. Associations i. Informal ii. Informal and Formal groups v. Community. Course Outline 1. The focus of the course shall be on significant concepts like social systems and structures. Historical back ground of Sociology 2. Formal d. Definition.DETAILS OF COURSES FOUNDATION COURSES INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY Objective: The course is designed to introduce the students with sociological concepts and the discipline. Social Groups a. The course will provide due foundation for further studies in the field of sociology. Scope. Organization i. socio-economic changes and social processes. Pressure groups 4. Culture a. Society b. Basic Concepts a. In and out groups ii. Introduction a.

Anthony 2002. Socialization & Personality a. Socialization. Margaret and Howard F. 3. Ideal and real culture b. Sociology the Essentials. Other related concepts i. Ethos v. Henry L. its types b. Forms of Social control d. Role & Status 6.ii. Taylor. Factors in Personality Formation b. Organizations of culture i. Social control and its need c. Public opinion d. 2006. Theme d. Cultural Relativism ii. Crowd behavior c. Brown.A: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers Macionis. International Encyclopedia of Sociology. Sociology 10th ed. 2002. 2005. Deviance and its types b. Collective Behavior a. John J. Elements of culture i. Anderson. 2. Ken 2004. Propaganda e. Frank N Magill. Macionis. UK: Polity Press. 4. Complexes iii.S. Collective behavior. Australia: Wadsworth. Values iii. New York: The Harcourt Press. Traits ii. Ethnocentrism and Xenocentrism iv. 10th Edition Sociology New Jersey: PrenticeHall Tischler. John J. 2003. Beliefs ii. Introduction to Sociology 7th ed. Patterns iv. 6. Leadership Recommended Books: 1. Social movements f. Sociology. 5. Cultural lag 5. 7. U. Norms and social sanctions c. Sub Cultures iii. 2001. UK: Polity Press Gidden. South Asia: Pearson Education 15 . Deviance and Social Control a. Introduction to Sociology. Methods & Agencies of Social control 7. Personality. Agencies of Socialization c.

Sociology: Social Structure and Social Conflict. Sociology: An Introduction to the Science of Society. Kerbo. New York: Barnes and Noble. 10. 1989. Abuzar Ghafari i. . 11. Indian Social Thought 3. stages of social development and change. 1982.. i. Babylonian e. 1957. Human Societies. ii. Jeam. Introduction a. Henslin. Lenski. Contribution of Muslim Thinkers in Social thought a. Greek c.8. 12. Imam Ghazali Causes of group life Social justice Educational reforms c. Sociology: A Down to Earth Approach. Eastern and Muslim Thinkers towards social thought and social development. Alfred Mclung and Lee. 4th edition New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Early Social Thought a. Leslie. Ibn-E-Khuldun Philosophy of history Science of culture Ethnocentrism Rise & fall of nations Causes of social life 16 i. Wealth Theory b. Koening Samuel. James M. Order and Change: Introductory Sociology Toronto: Oxford University Press. Chinese f. Harold R. Lee. iii. New York: Barnes and Nobel. Historical Development of Social Philosophy 2. Inc. 1973. 2004. Marriage and The family. iv. DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL THOUGHT Objective: The course will provide familiarity about history of social thought. Toronto: Allen and Bacon. 13. Folk Thinking b. Egyptian d. ii. 9. Gevbard and Lenski. Elizabeth Briant 1961. Gerald et al. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company. The course will emphasize contributions of Western. v. Course Outline 1. iii.

Ideology and the Development of Sociological Theory. York: McGraw Hill Book Co. Theory Building. Turner. Moulana Ubedullah Sindhi Basic Human Ethics f. 1988. New York: Maxwell. 4 ed. New York: Longmans. L A. 17 . 1971. H. 1981. Macmillan. 13. The Structure of Sociological Theory Homewood Illinois: Dorsey Press. Shah Waliullah Evolution of society Causes of social life Societal disease Concept of perfect society e. 1982. Masters of Sociological Thought: Ideas in Historical and Social Context. Sociological Theory. Dubin Robert. (Ed. Barnes. d. 11. 12. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. An Introduction to the History of Sociology. New York: McGraw Hill Inc. George. Irving M. 9. Russel and John Urry. 1971. 3. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. 10. 1987. 2. 1960. 1977. J H. 1987. Singapore: McGraw Hill. ii.E. Harcourt Brace. George. 2003. i.H. 2000. Sociological Theory:Its Development and Major Paradigms. 5th ed. Coser. Coser. Australia: Thomson Wadsworth Zeitlin. The Structure of Sociological Theory. Green & Co. Graham C. ii. Bogardus. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publishers Coser. Social Theory as Science. iii. Masters of Sociological Thought. Allama Iqbal Concept of self Theory of religion Recommended Books 1. Lewis A.i. Ritzer. Lowis A. 5. 8. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanarich Publisher Kinlock. 4. 7. Sociological Theory. Master of Sociological Though: Ideas in Historical Social Context. Ritzer. New York. Emory S. Keat. i. The Development th of Social thought. 6. iv. 1978.) 1966. 7th ed. Turner J. Inc.

Rules of Sociological methods b. Sumner a. G. Process of Theorizing c.CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES Objective: The course provides a review of classical sociological theorists to contemporary sociological thinking. Types of Sociological Theories d. Emile Durkheim a. The law of Human Progress c. Social Forces Intellectual Forces French Revolution Enlightenment 2. Karl Marx a. Course Outline 1. August Comte a. Basic motives 6. It focuses on the content and utility of classical theories in terms of understanding social world. d. Socialism 18 . Positivism b. Division of Labour c. Process of theorizing f. The contents of the course also help understand the nature of contemporary sociological theories. the focus remains on examining how classical theories have provided the basis for a better understanding of the character and dynamics of societies around the world. Folkways and Mores b. c. and Laws g. Social Static & Dynamic 4. Theory of Suicide 5. Fact. Inductive and Deductive e. Ingroup and outgroup c. W. Communist Manifesto b. Propositions. Sociological Theory between 1600 -1800 AD 3. While the course provides a general history of sociological theory. Social Solidarity d. Hierarchy of the Sciences d. Theory of Religion e. Development of Sociological Theory a. b. Theory and Knowledge b. Background a.

Stephen Erick (latest ed. John. 11.. N. Herbert Spencer a. 3. Sociology. Wallace. 10. New York: McGraw Hill. Hardcover Ross. Farganis. conflict theory. 2007. New York: Random House. 5. Inc. Bronner. Ed. rational choice theory. contributions of various theorists will be examined. N. H. Social Organization. 2007. Bureaucracy c. Contemporary Sociological Theory. J. 19 . London. “Readings in Social Theory: The Classic Tradition to Post-Modernism (3rd Ed. Continuing the Classical Tradition. Laissez-faire 8. 6. Boston: McGraw Hill. symbolic interactionism. (1977). Imasheff. 1994. 2. Sociology of Religion b. Protestant Ethic and the Sprit of Capitalism Recommended Books: 1. Kinloch. Blalock. 4. London: Sage Publications Appelrouth Scott. Max Weber a. Ritzer. London: Pine Forge Press. Malden. James (2000). Perspectives on the Social Order.J. Modern Sociological Theory. New York: Scrichnes Books. Sociological Theory in the Contemporary Era: Text and Readings. The law of Social Evolution b.c. 2nd ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Waters. Sociological Theory (10th edition). C. Theoderson. “Sociological Theory: Its Development and Major Paradigms” New York: McGraw Hill. 7. Cooley. identity theory. 9. Craig. Stages of Social Evolution 7. Ruth A. To explore these perspectives. and feminist theory. Malcolm. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.)”. Macionis. USA: Blackwell Publishing. 2004. (1969) Theory Construction from Verbal to Mathematical Formulation (Ed). Concept of Society c. Graham C. 10th edition. 8. and G. Prentice Hall Inc.) Critical Theory and Society-A Reader. CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY Objective: This course will introduce students to some of the major contemporary theoretical perspectives in sociology. An attempt will be made to apply theories to understand current social problems and issues Pakistan and the world are facing. 1991. Calhon. Routledge and Kegan paul. Hubert M. Capabilities to evaluate sociological theories critically will be developed.H. George (2002). & Alison Wold. (1976) Sociological Theory: Its Nature and Growth. (1962). 13. Laurence (1963).A. 12. including: functionalism. Contemporary Sociological Theory.

Boston: Mcgraw Hill. The Structure Of Sociological Theory. Georg (2002). G. “Sociological Theory: Its Development And Major Paradigms” New York: Mcgraw Hill. Critical Conflict Theory a.H. C. Evolving Contemporary Feminist Theory a. New York. Alferd Schutz). 20 . Phenomenology (Husserl. “Readings In Social Theory: The Classic Tradition to Post-Modernism (3rd Ed. 4. New York. James (2000). Dorsey Press. Ideas In Historical Social Context. Kinloch. Feminism b. L A (1971). Turner J H (1987). Gender theories. Homewood Illinois. 5. New York: Mcgraw Hill.Course Outline 1. Jurgen Habbermas 4. Dubin Robert (1978).Cooly. Thorstein Veblen b. 6. Calhoun. “Contemporary Sociological Theory”. (1977).)”.H Mead) 5. (2002). Symbolic Interaction ( C. Merton. Wright Mills 3. Frankfurt School of Thought a. Harcourt Brace. Talcott Parsons b. Coser. Ritzer. Master of Sociological Thought. Theory Building. Graham C. 7. 2. Macmillan Farganis. Maxwell. Blackwell Publisher Ltd. Systematic Social Behaviouism (George Simmel) c. b. Ralf Dahrendorf c. Sociological Theory (10th Edition). Recommended Books: 1. 3. Historical development c. Craig Et El. Robert K. 2. Social Behaviourism and Interactionism a. Neo-structural Functionalists a.

Literacy c. Recreational 2. Illiteracy b. (). Technical & Higher Education e. Cast. Culture of Kashmir & Northern Areas Urban and Rural Division of Pakistan Rural Society Urban Society 5. Universal Primary Education Concept d. Status of Formal and Informal Education 3. Karachi: Royal Books Co. Course Outline Introduction a. Hafeez. Politics v. The course will develop understanding about the integrated function of various social institutions in the country. Minority and Their Belief 6.1 Provincial Culture a. Family ii. Religion iii. 2. Culture of NWFP d. Educational Dynamics a. Recommended Books: 21 . Culture of Balochistan e. Culture of Sindh c. Characteristics of Pakistani Society c. Definition of Society b. Major Social Problems Major Occupation and Production Activities Ahmad. “Pakistani Society”. Sabiha. “Pakistan Changing Society. Historical Perspective of Pakistani Culture 3. Social Institutions in Pakistan i. Culture of Punjab b. 7.PAKISTANI SOCIETY AND CULTURE Objective: The course aims to make students learn about the nature and structure of Pakistani society. 1. Schools. Social Stratification. It aims to impart knowledge about national culture and subcultures of Pakistan. 1. Class & Ethnicity d. (1990). Akbar S. Education vi. Economy iv.

Social behavior b. methods and theories of social psychology. d. . G. socially stressful situation. Cultural and Social Development: a. Psychological dynamics b. Socio-cultural dynamics c. Historical development of social psychology c. formation. 22 2. Group life b. frustration. and change) perception c. Formation of groups c. Cooley c. Dynamics of Leadership: e. tension reduction. It also focuses on highlighting the impact of culture on the personality development. Universal cultural patterns b. Group morale and leadership Stress in Social Behavior: a. Socialization and personality development f. Types of leaderships h. Methods and framework of social psychology Human Behavior & Personality: a. psychologically. 5. stress. Sigmund Freud b. Interpersonal behavior b. 6. 3. Definition and scope of social psychology b. The course would enable the students to conceptualize the dynamics and structure of social self. Physically. B. Theories of personality development Theorists a. concepts. Course Outline 1. 7.H. Introduction: a. Leadership f. F. Personality Development: e. tension. 4. C. Man as a psycho-bio-social unit. Language (communication and change) motivation Group dynamics: a.SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Objective: The course aims at familiarizing the students with the historical emergence. Attitudes (meaning. Cultural values and inter-personal adjustment Individual in Society: a. Role and status. Mead. Dimensions of group effectiveness d. H. Skinner d. psycho-social factors underlying roles g.

New York: Prentice Hall Baran. Theoretical framework e. 7. Ajzen. Bacon Inc. New Dimension in Sociology: A Physio-Chemical Berkowitz. It is assumed that the students have a background in basic social statistics and in social theories. Course Outline 1. Quality of good researcher 2. Byrne. The main tools and research techniques will be studied. I and Fishherin. Understanding Attitudes and Allport. 6. New York: McGraw-Hill 10. The students will also learn about certain specific computer software like SPSS. Qualitative and Quantitative e. Inc. Asch. 9. Introduction a. (1986). Psychology. The Practice and Theory of Individual Psychology. Merrill (1990). Karachi: Hamdard Foundation Press. Types of social research d.Book Company. Steps in Research a. Robert A.S. New Approach to Human Behaviour. Publishing. N. Down and Griffitt. Social Psychology. Elliot. (1985). 3.. Understanding Human Interaction. Psycho-social problems of Pakistani Society Recommended Books:1. 11. 4. New York: Random House. Review of relevant literature c.W. G. (1955). (1980). Elisworth. 8. NUDIST and Ethnograph. Choosing the problem and its significance b. Solomon E. A (1925). 5. (3rd ed.) Tokyo: Alder. (1987). Social Beg.J.8. J. The Historical Background of Modern Social Aronson. various research methodologies. H. Methods of Research in Social Psychology. Psychology. MAA. Englewood Cliffs. Characteristics of scientific social research b. L. The students will learn about the usage of various methodologies while conducting research on different topics. METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH Objective: The course aims to learn about the basic concepts of social research. 12. William (1974). Phoeke and Cariomoth. Japan Ltd. Boston: Allyn and York: Harcourt Brace. Justification of Topic d.: Prencie Hall Inc. Formulation of Objectives 23 . Predicting Social Behaviour. CBS. Survey of Social Psychology. both quantitative and qualitative. Theory and research c.

(2000) Social Research Methods 4th ed. Nachimas. Tools of Data Collection a. g. Data Collection and Processing a. Belmont: CA Words Worth Publishing. 2005. A Study of Reliability in Survey Measurments. Chava Frankfort and David Nachmias (1997) Research Methods in the Social Sciences (5th Edition) New York: St. Methods of Data Collection i. i. Types of Sampling b. Allyn and Eacon. Sources of Data b. 2003. 6. 1998 Applied Social Research: Tool for the Human Services (4th Edition) New York: Harcout Brace College Publishers. Christopher Winship. 2007. Thomas J.. 5. London: Sage Publications. 2004. 4. Martin’s Press Inc.S. Case study method iv. Survey method ii. Sociological Methods and Research. Error and Control 4. Interview Schedule c. Sampling a. Focus Group Discussion / Interview(FGD/I) 5. Sampling Techniques c. Content Analysis c. 3. Research Methods in the Social Science. Checklist d. Neuman William Lawerence. Inc. Duene F. Sampling Size e. Sullivan. Data Analysis Techniques f. 24 . Bridge Semekh & Culhy. New Delhi: Vistaar Publiser. Preparation of Sampling Frame d. 2. Observation e. longitudinal studies 3. Recommended Books: 1. Duane R. cross sectional studies ii. Babbie. Experimental method iii. Earl. 7. Data Management d. U. Alwin. and Dejong. 10th Edition. Questionnaire b. Margins of Error. h. The Practice of Social Research.Formulation of research question Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Derivation of research hypothesis The time dimension: i. Monette..A. : John Wiley & Sons. Boston. Cornell R.

16. New York: Allyn and Bacon. 20. 12. 21. 22. Sweet. San Francisco: Jossey – Bass Publishers. however. McGraw Hill. Data Analysis with SPSS. Neuman. (2008) Designing Qualitative Research. 2005. Symour. Earl (2005). 9. 19. Norman M. William Dragon and Steve Duck. The focus will be on quantitative measurement. Therese L. Rea. Louis and Richard A. (2008) Using Visual Data in Qualitative Research. 15. Somekh & Lewin. Sage Publications New Delhi. Vistaar. Juliet Corbin & Anselm C Strauss. San Francisco: Jossey – Bass Pubolisere. Boston: Boston Allyn and Bacon. Components of research design. 2003. 1991. Introduction a. Sage Publication London. Babbie. Definition of research design b. (2008) Collecting and Interpreting Qualitative Materials Sage Publications New Delhi. 2005. 13. (1989). 25 . 17. Uwe Flick. Understanding Research in Personal Relationship Sage London. Stephen A. 14. Sadman. Norman Blaikie. Types of research design d. Rosaline Barbour (2008) “Doing Focus Groups” New Delhi: Sage Publications Tim Rapley. California: Wordsworth. ADVANCE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Objective: The course aims to understand social measurement. “Social Research Methods”. Lawrence (2000). Baker. W. Publication.8. (2008) Doing Conversation Discourse and Document analysis. Sage Publications New Delhi. Bradhurn (1991) Asking Questions. “Doing Social Research”. Course Outline 1. 11. Characteristics of research design c. qualitative assessment with concepts and themes will also be taught. “The Practice of Social Research”. Parker (1997) Designing and conducting Survey Research: A comprehensive guide. Norman K Denzin & Yvonnal Lincoin. 10. 18. and scientific ways to assess social phenomena. Marcus Banks. Basics of Qualitative Research (Third Edition) (2008) Sage Publications New Delhi. Analyzing Quantitative Data. Belmont. New Delhi. research design. Sage Publications New Delhi. Research methods in Social Sciences.

archaeology. Feasibility studies c. Literature Citing and Bibliography g. Format of Report c. Data Analysis and Interpretation a. Introduction to multivariate analysis d. New York: Allyn and Bacon. C. Types of scales c. Course Outline 1. The course will dilate branches of anthropology including physical anthropology. London: Sage Publication. McGraw Hill. and linguistic anthropology. Footnotes and Endnotes Recommended Books: 1. Participatory Rapid Appraisal Techniques b. Basic considerations b. “The Practice of Social Research”. Earl (2005). 4. Composing and Formatting e. Neuman. Babbie. d. Rating scales. D. (1991). Contents Formulation b. Graphic and Pictorial Presentation f. Belmont. socio-cultural anthropology. Introduction to Single and Bi-Variates c. Introduction 26 . Lawrence (2000). Report Writing a. Use of multi-dimensional scaling 3. 3. SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY Objective: The course aims to introduce the pertinent concepts and theories about evolution of humans and culture. Purpose of scaling b. Measuring the Social Phenomena. Miller. (1989). California: Wordsworth. “Doing Social Research”. Fundamentals of factor analysis e. “Social Research Methods”. Dimensional Scaling a. “Research Design and Social Measurement”. Therese L. Conducting Applied Research a. 2. Report Writing Style d. Baker. W. Impact Assessment Techniques 4.2. Computer Use For data Analysis 5.

liguisitics Relationship of anthropology with other social sciences. Australopithecus afarensis & africanus c. Paleolithic b. The first Hominoids a. archaeology. Evolution of Evolution b. How we discover Past a. Homo Sapiens 7. the evolution and growth of culture d. Primates Evolution: From Early Primates to Hominoids a. The Living Primates a. Analyze & dating the evidence c. Neolithic 8. Definition. c. Mitosis & Meiosis 3. Material and Non-Material aspects f. e. Globalization and culture 27 9. Kinds of evidence b. Homo heidelbergensis/neanderthalensis. Concept and Branches: physical. The nature of culture b. Culture a. Homos habilis f. social. Australopithecus Robustus d. Relation between sociology and anthropology Anthropological research techniques Growth of anthropological theories 2. Common features of primates b. Hominoids 5. e. Cultural Diversity and Integration g. The Stone Age a. b. Definition. Site creation 4. Properties and Taxonomy c. Homo erectus g. Mendel’s Law of Segregatio c. universal aspects of culture e. Classification of primates c. Evolution a. Australopithecus Anamensis b. Mesolithic c. Origin of Cities & States .a. Cenozoic Era In detail 6. Eon. Eras & Epochs b. d.

10. Origin of Food Production & Settled Life 11. Language and Communication a. Origin of language b. Structure of language c. Socio-linguistics d. Nonverbal communication 12. Marriage a. Kinship b. Types of Marriage c. Concept of Incest Taboo d. Kinship systems, e. Rule of decent f. Types of decent system 13. Political System a. Kind of political systems b. Political system and economic system 14. Religion a. Origin, functions of religion b. Religion and cultural ecology c. Religion and social control d. Kinds of religion e. Witchcraft and Sorcery

Recommended Books:1. 2. Ahmad, Akbar S. 1990. Pakistani Society, Karachi, Royal Books Co. Bernard, H. Russel. 1994. Research Methods in Anthropology, Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. London: Sage Publications 3. Bodley, John H. 1994. Cultural Anthropology, California: Mayfield Publishing Co. 4. Brogger, Jan. 1993. Social Anthropology and the Lonely Crowd. New Delhi: Reliance Publishing 5. Ember, Carol R. & Ember Melvin. 1990. Anthropology, 6th ed. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, Ince. Harper and Row 6. Harris Marvin. 1987. Cultural Anthropology. New York: Harper and Row 7. Harris Marvin. 1985. Culture, People, nature; An Introduction to General Anthropology London: Harper and Row 8. Hertzler J. O. 1981. The Social Structure of Islam. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 9. Kennedy, Charles H. 1992. Pakistan London: Westview Press, Oxford 10. David Pocock, (1998) “Understanding Social Anthropology”. The athlone press London;
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Eliotd Chapple & Carletons S. coon (2004) Principles of Anthropology cosmo publications, India; Fellmann/Getis/ Fellmann (1985) Human Geography (Land scope of human activates). wm brown publishers; Gray Ferraro (2004) An Applied Perspective (Fifth Edition) Thomsan, Wadsworth; Irfan Habib (2004) Prehistory Peoples history of India (1) Fiction house Mozang Road Lahore; Irfan Habib (2004) The Indus Civilization, Peoples history of India (2) Fiction house Mozang Road Lahore; Joy Hendry (1999) An Introduction to Social Anthropology (Macmillan Press); Nigel Rapport & Joanna overing (2005) Socil & Cultural Anthropology Rout ledge, London & New york; Salahuddin A Kahn (1996) Anthropology As Science The Problem of Indigenization in Pakistan Sang-e-meel Publication lok vira Publishing house Lahore. Vijay Kumar Thakur & Irfan Habib (2004) The Vedic Age, Peoples history of India (3) Fiction house Mozang Road Lahore. Bernard, H. Russell (1994). Research Methods in Anthropology; Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. London: Sage Publications. Bodley, Jhon H. (1994). Cultural Anthropology. California: Mayfield Publishing Co. Embers N Embers (1990) Social and Cultural Anthropology: Printice Hall. New York/London Ember, Carol R. and Ember, Melvin (1990). Anthropology. (6 ed. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall Inc. Harris, Marvin (1987). Cultural Anthropology, New York: Harper and Row. Park, Michael Alan, (1986). Anthropology: An Introduction, New York: Harper and Row. Harris, Morven (1985). Culture, People, Nature; An Introduction to General Anthropology. London: Harper and Row. Bodily John H. (1994) Cultural Anthropology, California, Mayfield Publication Co. Harris Marrier (1987), Cultural Anthropology, Newark, Hanper & Co.

GENDER STUDIES
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The concepts about gender relations will be learnt. The historical movements and feminist perspectives about gender relations will be explored. The course will provide understanding about globalization and its role towards changing gender relation in various societies around the world. Special emphasis shall be given to Muslim and Pakistani societies. Specific areas of gender discrimination (both for men and women) will also be learnt.
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1. Introduction a. Definition, Concepts and Importance b. Gender Studies in International Setting c. Gender Studies in Pakistani Perspective d. Feminism 2. Major Feminist Perspectives a. Liberal Feminism b. Radical Feminism c. Marxist Feminism d. Theological Feminism 3. Gender and Human Rights a. Definition and Nature of Human Rights b. Collective Rights c. Ethnic Minority Rights d. Fundamental Rights e. Property Rights 4. Gender and Politics a. Gender and Third World Politics b. Women Political Leaders, Past and Present c. Women in the Legislatures and Executive of the Law d. Power and Patriarchy e. Women in Pakistani Political Setup f. Women Participation in Local Government System 5. Gender and Education a. Gender and education b. Gender, Origin and development of education c. Gender Education and religion d. Gender Education and polity e. Gender Education and economy f. Gender Education and social mobility g. Gender and Forms of education 6. Gender and Population a. Population composition b. Sex Composition c. Gender Roles and Family Size d. Gender and Reproductive Role e. Gender and Youth problem f. Gender and Population Issues g. Changing Perspective of Gender Roles in Population 7. Gender and Development a. Gender Roles
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Access to Resources Gender Disparity Problems of Gender Development The role of Development Aid in Gender development The role of non-government organizations in Gender development Journey from WID to GAD

Recommended Books:Beauvoir, Simone De (2007), The second Sex, Vintage. Bornsterin, Kate (1995), Gender outlaw: on Men, Women and Rest of US, Vintage. Butler, Judith (2004), Undoing Gender, Routledge. Butler; Judith (2006), Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, Routledge. Faucault, Michcl (1990), the History of Sexuality: An introduction, Vintage. Jane Pilcher, (2008) 50 Key Concepts in Gender Studies, Sage Publication New Delhi Jasmin Mirza. 2002. between Chadar and the Market. Oxford UniversityPress. Karachi. Johan Z Spade, (2008) The Kaleidoscope of Gender, Sage Publication New Delhi; Kapadia, K. (2002). The Violence of Development. London, Zed Books. Kathy Davis, Mary S Evans & Judith Lorber, (2008) Handbook of Gender and Women’s Studies Sage Publication New Delhi; Mary Holmes, (2008) What is Gender? (Sociological Approaches) Sage Publication New Delhi; Mead, Margaret (2001), Male and Female, Harper Perennial. Radtke, H.Lorraine and Henderikus J. Stam 1994-95. Power and Gender.Sage Publication, London. Ronnie Vernooy (2008) Social and Gender Analysis in Natural Resource Management, Sage Publication New Delhi; Shaista, Ikramullah, 2000, From Purdah to Parliament. Oxford University Press, Karachi. Sharlene Nagy Hosse Biber (2008) Handbook of Feminist Research Sage Publication New Delh. Sharmila Rege, (2008) Sociology of Sender ( The Challenge of Feminist Sociology knowledge) Sage Publication New Delhi; Sharukh Rafiq. 2000. 50 years of Pakistan's Economy. Oxford University Press. Social Policy and Development Centre (2000). Social Development in Pakistan. New York, Oxford University Press. Sterling, Anne Fausto (2000), Sexing the Body: gender Politics and the Construction of sexuality, Basic Books. New Ed edition. Sudah, D.K. 2000, Gender Role. A.P.H Publication, India.
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11.LIST OF MAJOR COURSES 1. 4. 2. 8. 12. 6. 7. 9. 13. 10. 3. 5. Sociology of Development Project Planning & Management Community Development Introduction to Population Studies Rural Sociology Urban Sociology Sociology of Health & Medicine Comparative Social Institutions Social Change & Transformation Sociology of Religion Sociology of Education Sociology of Globalization Research Project & Thesis / Internship 32 .

Culture b. Development in Pakistan: A Case Study in Recommended Books 1. A. Development and underdevelopment 2. Change. Adoption of technology c. Marxist and Socialist Models c. Development and Underdevelopment-Dependency d.DETAILS OF MAJOR COURSES SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT Objective: Concepts and terms related to the issues of development shall be learnt. Models of development related to local. Policy. Comparisons will be drawn among political. Introduction a. Technology and Development a. Social Change and Development in Global Perspective a. The Politics of Development: Economy. The Role of Non-government Organizations Development b. Cultural c. Transitional Practices in the Third World 6. Gender and Development d. The Modernization School b. Structural Adjustment 3. development. regional. Technology b. Theories of development a. and global levels will be examined. Economic 4. Corporations. Course Outline 1. social. The students will learn about relevant theories about change and progress. and progress b. Classes and Consumerism c. The Role of Aid in Development a. Role of technology in development 5. 33 . and economic factors of development in a variety of perspectives. Social determinants b.P Thirlwall (1999) Growth & Development (6th Edition) Macmillan . Determinants of Development a.

B. Gouldner. Applied Sociology.2. 3. Policy and Economic growth. W. New Delhi: Prentice Hall. Rethinking Social Development. New York: Free Press. 12. Gardez. 4. Economic Growth and Development. Patterns and Consequences. 8. London: Earthscan. New York: Basic Books. 34 . 5. Australia: Blackwell Publishing. Theories and Practices of Development. 2001. Pietese. 2002. Jan Nederveen. Robert j. New Delhi: APH Publishing Corporation.P. Longman Scientific and Technical. Alvin W and Miller S. Lucknow: Institute for Sustainable Development. Pardeep. K. Inc. (1990). Danne M waddell (2007) Organization Thoms G Cummings Christopher G Worley Development & Change Asia Pacific Debora heade (2005) Development NGO & Civil Society Rawat Publications Jaipur New Delhi Epstein. 18. England. Kothari. T. 17. 2005. 25. 15. Global Institutions and Development: Framing the World? London: Routledge. Lahore. 2005. Richard M. Ghimire. (1991). 2006. Patterns of Development Resources. Poverty Alleviation in the third world. 2005. Jaipur: RBSA Publishers. Auty. Research and Practice. Social Change . Morten. Development and the next Generation. Booth.K. Sharma. 16. 21. London. 20. Development theory: Deconstruction/Reconstruction new Delhi: Vistaar Publishers. 2002. 11. 2004. Susanne. 9. Opportunities and Problems. Developing World.M.S. David (1994). Edward Arnold.Sources. Sita Ram. Jha. Globalization & Human Resource Development in 21st Century. London: Routledge. Uma.. Boas. Anmol Publications Pvt . Modernizing Peasant Societies. Routeledge. London: Oxford University Press. The World Bank. (1997). Guilford: McGraw-Hill. G.M. Singh. Maktab-e-Fikr-O-Danish. 2004. Adams. 2000. Etzioni. Green development: Environment and Sustainability in the Third World. 19.). Chambers. (1965 eds. Robert. London.). Amitai and Etzioni Eva (1964 eds. 23. 2007. Governance for Development: Issues and Strategies. A. 13. M. D. Ideas for Development. Theory. Hassan N. (1995). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Development theory and Practice: Critical Perspectives. Washington. Schech. 6. N. 2003. 24. (1962) Economic Development and Social Change in South India. Laxmi Devi (1998) Encyclopedia of Women Development & Family wefare Institute of Sustainable Development Lukhnow. 22. (1969).C: The World Bank. Hunter. London. and Pimbert. World Development Report 2007. 7. Earthscan. Development: A cultural Studies Reader. 14. Understanding Pakistan the Colonial Factor in Social Development. Sahni. Griffiths. Katie Willis.K. Social Change and Conservation. Manchester University Press. 10.

Demographic processes a. London: Macmillan Education Ltd INTRODUCTION TO POPOULATION STUDIES Objective: Relevant concepts of population dynamics shall be explored. 2006. Mortality: Socio-economic variables affecting mortality c. ethnic factors behind high fertility rates c. Scope of Population studies c. Hongkong. 28. Introduction a. Future prospects.P. Dependency burdens. cultural and. Population policies about growth and control will be learnt. The variables including fertility. 1990. The population debates their a. Historical trends b. McMillan Education Ltd. Introduction to the Sociology of Development. Geographic distribution b. Social. mortality. Thirlwall. A. and migration shall be studied with reference to change in population in a given area. 5. Education. The structure of Pakistan's population a. Andrew. 2nd ed. Sources of population data 2. Present population situation c. 6. Mortality especially maternal and Infant mortality. 3.26. Migration: 4. 27. Population growth in Pakistan a. Course Outline 1. Webster. (1990) Introduction to the Sociology of Development. Some conflicting opinions 35 . Webster A. The significance of population study b. Birth rates: relationships to GNP growth rates and income distribution. Fertility: socio-economic variables affecting fertility b. The concept of culture and social values regarding population growth will be emphasized. Age and Sex structure c. The theories in relation to population growth will be shared. Growth and Development with special reference to developing economies 6th ed. Population related problems of Pakistan a. Economic factors behind high fertility rate b.

Srinivasan 1998. Wadsworth Publishing Company. The micro-economic theory of fertility c. PRACTICAL Students have to submit a comprehensive research report demonstrating various dimensions of Pakistan population based on data collected from different relevant government and non-government organization Recommended Books:1.P. Course Outline 1.A (Thomson/Gale). 2004. M. Oxford. The course will also cover the participatory development and different models of community development.. approaches. Malthusian population trap and its criticism c.b. Weeks John R (1992). Scope and Subject Matter 36 . Meaning. Longman. Population: An Introduction to Concepts and Issues.Official Web Site 8. 2000. 4. 9. 2.O. 10. Sage Publication. Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Population Trends. Population. Theories of Population a. Macmillan. Theory of demographic transition b. United States Census Bureau (2005). Population Division. Census Bureau . COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Objective: The course aims at acquainting the students with the basic concepts of community development. Indian council of Social Research sciences New Delhi. Ibn-e-Khaldun theory. K. Andrew Hinde. 1998. Retrieved February 13. The demand for children in developing countries 7. 2000. United Nations (2004). Peterson. World population Monitoring. Hans Raj (1993) Population Studies. Basic Demographic Techniques & Applications. Population Division. 6. Economics Development in the Third World. 2005. Retrieved February 13. 7. U. Department of Economics and Social Affairs. New York. Population Growth Structure and Distribution 1999. William. London. 3.Countries Ranked by Population. (1975). Introduction a. The emphasis will be placed on community mobilization and organization. Paul Demeny (2003) Geoffrey Mcnicoll Encyclopedia of Population Macmillan Reference U. Todero. UNO.N.S. strategies and theories. Demographic Methods. Belmart California. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe . 5.

d. Kenya. Adult Education. Water and Sanitation g. Principles and Methods of Cooperation b. 5. Development in Rural/Urban Areas of Pakistan.b. Methodology and Organization of Community c. Egypt and Philippines. History of Cooperative Movement in Pakistan c. 7. Development and Role of Social Welfare Councils in Community Development. Historical Development 2. Community Concepts and Definition a. Community Participation c. Community Development Programs in Underdeveloped Countries of Asia and Africa: India. Community Development Programs in Pakistan b. 9. 3. Thailand. Pakistan. Role of International Organizations in Participatory Community Development 6. Community Mobilization b. Role of Cooperative Societies in Community Development. Skill Development and Health e. Field visits and Presentation of Report Note: 37 . Community Development with Reference to Village-AID Program. 4. Processes of Community Development a. Community Organization and Related Services a. Theories and Approaches of Community Development. Resource Mobilization. 8. Community Developments a. Family and Child Welfare b. Housing f. Cooperation and Community Development a. Bangladesh. Cottage Industries c. The Nature of Community b. History of Community Development before Partition of the Subcontinent c.

. Rural appraisal: Rapid. Indian Social Institute. (1983). Moreover an in-depth understanding of structure of rural society will be carried out. (1992). M. 4. (1955). 12.. 8. These projects may be both government and non-government organizations (NGOs). Akhter H. Lahore. Edward James. Community Organization: Theory and Principles. 11. London. Vanguard Books Ltd. (1985). The course focuses on issues relating to the study of rural people and places. Making a Difference: NGOs and development in a Changing world.Field visits of students shall focus on visiting community development projects in rural and urban areas. Skidmore. W. Sachs. eds. 7. and Hulme. (1998). Blakely.... Princeton. Rural development: Putting the Last First. 14. A. New York: Meredith Publishing Company. Zed Press. This course is designed to explore the changing nature of rural development in the global economy. Relaxed and Participatory. Recommended Books:1. 38 . Fernandes. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd. (1981). D. Allen George. Rex A. (1995). R. 1979. (1985). Sussex. 6. Chambers. New York. which will be assessed as equivalent to 20 marks of the assignment by the teacher Incharge. 3. Preserving the Legacy: Concepts in Support of Sustainability Ross. 1999. RURAL SOCIOLOGY Objective: The course aims at providing knowledge of basic concepts of rural sociology to the students. Princeton University Press. Longman. Milton G.). 2004. and Strategies Cernea. W. Warburton. Rural development in Pakistan. Community & Sustainable Development. 13. 5. and Tandon. Participatory Research and Evaluation: Experiments in Research as a Process of Liberation. (eds. London. (1964). R. The Development Dictionary: A Guide to Knowledge and Power. 10. M. Escobar. Introduction to Social Work. Gerald.. Edwards. Putting People First: sociological Variables in Rural development. Encountering development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World. Murray G. Khan. 9. Chambers. (1992).. R.. (1992). New York: Harper & Row Publishers. ed.. Diane. 2. Institute of development Studies. Community Development Research: Concepts. as well as rural related issues in both advanced and developing countries. New Delhi. Community Operational Research: OR and Systems Thinking for Community Noble. Issues. Oxford University press. Midgley. The students shall be required to submit field reports. and Thackeray.

4. size of landholdings. 7. Prakash Chandra Jain. Earthscan. a. Problems of small and fragmented holding Landless tenants and agricultural labor. New Delhi. Chitamber. Introduction to Rural Sociology a. a. Recommended Books:1. Fractions. Relationship between technological and socio economic aspect of rural society.B. Rural Planning in Developing Countries. health. 3. J. Rural Sociology as a Science b. Family farming d. Rural Resources a. Technology and Rural Society. provision of services in rural area. 5. Folkways and Mores d. 2. New Delhi Balley Eastern Ltd. Dalal.Rural Sociology Khan Hameed A. Land Tenure System. Social Systems and Sub-systems e. Pattern of Rural Settlement 8. Agrarian politics and village development. Chitamber. J. Rural Settlement b. 1999 . 39 .B. Shambhu Lal. Basic Concepts and action: c. dispute and "We-groups". 4. An Introduction to Rural Sociology. 3. Rural Social structure. B. (1985) Rural Development in Pakistan Lahore. Doshi. Rural Sociology and Other Social Sciences. Feudalism. 6. Social stratification and social differentiation b. "(2003)"Introductory Rural Sociology. Gender and Development b. Rural Social Institutions. 5. An understanding of the Rural Social System b. Role and Status. Small scale farming c. New Delhi. Group.Course Outline 1. b. New Age International (P) Limited Publisher. Norms and Values. Social Change and Rural Society a. (1975). Role and status of Rural Woman c. Basic Concepts and Processes a. Caste and "baradari" structure c. Rural Culture. 2nd Edition. education and sanitation etc. Capitalism. Social Processes in Rural Society. 2. (2003).

Setty. Factors in Urbanization and Urban Growth c. Location of the City. 5. The Ecology of the City a. Community. It targets at providing necessary skills to the students for the solution of urban social issues. Growth of Cities b. 4.2000.Ltd. theories and affects of urbanization will also be explored. and comparative urbanism (Hungary. China and Japan) will be carried out. 40 . Definition of Basic Concepts b. Introduction a. Trends of Urbanization in Pakistan. The Rise of Modern City a. Nowshad (2000) Rural Poverty Alleviation. City. E.New York. (1989). Ideals and Values. Human Ecology-meaning and Relationship with Urban Sociology b. National Book Foundation. 1997. New Approaches to Rural Development Amal Publications Pvt. A Study of Rural Sociology (4th Edition) Houghton Mifflin. Town. The Rise. Institute of Policy Studies. Growth of Cities-planned Development. The Social Relations in the City a. Scope and Field of Study b. H. Urbanization and Urbanism. 2. Social Development in Pakistan. Kolb. The Small Groups . The Urban Attitudes. The causes. 6. Origin of Urban Life 3. 8.L. Course Outline 1. 9. Metropolis and Megalopolis. and Decline of Cities c. John. urban protest. The study of human ecology. urban ways of life. Social Policy and Development Centre.Islamabad. URBAN SOCIOLOGY Objective: The course provides knowledge of the concepts and approaches of urban sociology.Their Functions and Role Structure b. residential differentiation and gentrification. neighbourhood. Khan.6. Mohibul Haq. Urban Sociology a. Islamabad 7.2002. Poverty Alleviation. Sahibzada. 10. Oxford University Press.

Juvenile Delinquency and Street Crime in the City. Routledge.) (2006). Ecology. Van Nostrand Co. Human Ecology. (1961). Neighborhood Planning. 12. New Delhi. Salanki (1992). 6. Routledge. 16. Sage. (1981). Contemporary Urban Ecology. Paul R.H. 8. S. Lamba. Housing without Houses. Vikas Publishing House. Planning and Development of the City. Gibbs. Impact of Urbanization and Industrialization on Rural Society. Briyan (1977). New York: The Ronald Press. 10. 5. Rest and Recreational Activities in the City. New Delhi. 41 . Bardo. Issues in Human Fitzpatrick. The Urban Economic System. London & New York. (1950). 8. Causative Factors and Remedial Measures. Neil & Roger Keil (ed. P. 3. Unhealthy Places: The Ecology of Risk in the Urban Landscape. McGraw Hill Inc. Oxford University Press. S. Main Social Problems of the Cities. Routledge: London. The Disorganized Areas a. Social and Welfare Planning. 9. Salanki. Parker. Nabeel. WCIB 4HH. 11. John W. Population Resources and Environment. (1982). Impact of urbanization and industrialization on rural society. New York: MacGraw-Hill. Freeman and Co. 4. New York: Macmillan. M. New York. (1995). Welfare Agencies in the City . Urban Sociology. Kevin. Their Origin. 7. Karachi. Khan.. Adjustment of migrants in the City. & S. 13. (1998). London. The Future of the City. and Annix St (1970).S. 14. (1992).Their Structure and Functioning. London Quim. 9.S.S. & Leslie Budd (2005) Key concepts in Urban Studies. Berry. Shoaib S. Simon (2004) Urban Theory and the Urban Experience Encountering the City. Hamdi (1995). Inc. Hambery. 17. Ehrlich. Voluntary Associations. & Mark LaGory. The Global Cities Reader. Need and Scope. Meaning. Katchi Abadies and Their Development b. Recommended Books: 1. Urban Sociology. Climbing the Development Ladder with NGO Support: Experiences of Rural People in Pakistan. John W. 15. James A. Mahmood H. Jack P. 10. Slums. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern Limited. Urban Research Methods. Brenner. House Planning. (2000). Amos H. America Park Co. Lamba. Wiley Eastern Limited.. Town Planning. 2.7. P. and. Gottdiener. Bardo. (1982) Urban Society. San Francisco: W. New York: D. Rural Development in Pakistan. New York. Lack of Coordination in Various Social Systems in the City c. Khan. UK.

Course Outline 1. Social Determinants of Health a. The Social Gradient b. The psycho-socio and cultural assessment of health seeking behavioral patterns and the role of therapeutic management group will be examined. Lay Beliefs About Health and Illness e. SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH Objective: The course focuses at providing basic concepts and models of health sciences. Interactionist Approach d. 2001. Early Life d. Health and disease a. Social support networks f. Functionalist Approach b. Sociological and Demographic Influences d. 2. Cultural Influences on Illness Behavior c. Life Expectancy e. and the field of medical sociology b. Sociological perspectives on health & Illness a. Self medication f. Introduction a. Conflict Approach c. Illness Behavior b. Unders Tanding. Stress c. Contribution of sociology to medicine. Illness Behavior and Perceptions of Illness a. Karachi. Karachi. Education and literacy g. Labeling Approach 4. Sick Role 5.18. Health and disease as deviant behavior c. City Press. Social cultural causes of disease 3. Social definition of illness b. Medical Sociology. The indigenous healing system and contemporary medical system will be studied. Arif Hassan. Employment/Working conditions 42 .

Transport 6. Sociology of medical care a. Teda (1994). Sage Publications New Delhi. An Introduction to Medical Sociology. England. Hospitals b. Bauggartner. David. New Delhi. C Satpathy (2003) Prevention of HIV/AIDS & Drug Abuse Isha Books. Medical Sociology. 2. Social environments i. Julia A Ericksen (2008) Taking charge of Breast Cancer University of California Press. New York 7. Origin and development. Medical Sociology. Jai P Narain (2004) Aids in Asia the challenge a head .P Dixit (2005) Global Hiv/Aids Trends. 1. Mental illness in sociological perspective. Addiction j. Mechanic. Mechanic. An Introduction to Medical Sociology. 11. Taritocl Publication. David Tucket (Ed). 9. UK 2003. 43 .h. 1990. 9. Tavistock Publication. London. Interpersonal relationship in medical settings. Global Equity. 10. G. The Free Press. 5. Patient’s perspective of illness c. 12. London. 8. Patient and Doctor a. G. Food k. Global Health Challenges for Human Security (ed.) Lincoln Chen et el. David Tucket. Conducting and reading research in health and human performance. 4. 3. Doctors view of disease and the patient b. Brow and Benchmarn Publishers. Hospitals as social organization: problems of Quackery.Complementary & alternative Medicine (CAM) Recommended Books: A. Vista International Publications house New Delhi. 1982. 1960.C. 1976. David. isha Books. 6. 10. Patient-nurses relation 7. Patient doctor relationship d. The Free Press. 11. 8. New York. Satpalhy (2003) Prevention of Hiv/Aids & Drug abuse. Diarmuid O Donovan (2008) The State of Health Atlas University of California Press.

Factors affecting social change 2. causes. Moward E. b.13. Awareness Through Community Participation Kalpaz Publications Delhi. 18. Open University Press. UK. 16. Analysis of economic development in modern and modernizing countries. An Introduction to Social Science for Health Professional. Analysis of social change a. 21. Moon. Rubina Sehgal(2004)The Trouble Times. Al. Course Outline 1. Ltd. Rose Weitz (2004) The Sociology of health. Routledge. Types of social change b. Englewood Cliffs. Sustainable Development in the age of extreme. 1983. Introduction a. Treaman at. Theories of social change. Handbook of Medical Sociology. Culture and Society: An Introduction by Philip. Ilyas (1998) Community Medicine . 5. Karachi. Buckingham. 20. Schilla Mclean and G. rate and direction of social change Identification of social change. London. 19. Morals and Law. Trends and prospects of social change in the Third World. 3. Polity Press 1998. Mahar. Shah. Medicine. 22. 1963. Inc. The Evolutionary. 4. 14. NJ Prentice Hall. Gower Publishing Co. Islamabad. Graham (1995) Society and Health. 17. Vista International Publishing House Delhi 110053. The Sociology of Health and Medicine: A Critical Introduction by Ellen Annandale. Various dimensions of social change Magnitude. 44 . Illness & health care a critical approach Thomson wads worth. 15. Dynamics of social change: dynamics of social change in Pakistan. c. It also focuses on the relationship of change with respect to socio-economic and political aspects of development. The Body. resistance to social change and transformation. Hancock et. SOCIOLOGY OF SOCIAL CHANGE Objective: The course highlights the basic concepts. Meena Sharma (2006) Aids. d. cyclic and conflict theoretical approaches and models of social change will be discussed. P Dixit (2005) Global HIV/AIDS Trends. el.

Applied Sociology. Sociology of economic development a. Sandra. Socio-cultural constraints of development g.P. Gouldner. K. Availability of physical resources d. and E. Kingston. Social Change. Problems in development c. 11. New York: McGraw Hill Book Co. Sustainable development b. Modernizing Peasant Societies. Alvin W and Miller S. 1964. 8. Global Forces and Local Life-worlds: Social Transformations 45 . Amitai and Etzioni Eva (1964 eds. (1965 eds. G. Implications of development. 1974. Paradigms of Social Change: Modernization. (1997).B. Organisational Transformation and Social Change by EBSCO Publishing (Firm) . Moore. Transformation Schuerkens. Jeff. War and Social Change in Modern Europe: The Great Transformation Revisisted Hunter.T. Instruments b. Development continuum-under-development 7. S. 4. London: Oxford University Press. Elzioni. Waltraud. Development. R. (eds). Development-nature and scope b.M. W. Rural and urban sections of economic development a. 12. N. Recommended Books 1. and Pimbert. Non-availability of technical know-how e.2004 Schelkle. 13. Japan's Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the Twenty Lapiere. Approaches to development c. Patterns and Consequences. Ghimire. (2000). M. (1969). 2. Prentice Hall Inc.). Ed. Social Change . Inc. Opportunities and Problems. 50 years of Pakistan's Economy. Englawood Cliffs. 8. New York: Basic Books. Availability of appropriate human resources f. R. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Elzioni. 6. Sociological and economic concepts of development c. 1965.). London. Etzioni. Social Change and Conservation. New York: Basic Book Inc. Social Change.. 9. Earthscan. A. New York: Free Press. 2004. Social implications of development. Social and economic development a.Sources.6. 3.E. 2004.. 2004. 5.J. Social Change. 10. Ulrike. 7. Halperin. Khan.2000.

Confucianism and Buddhism. Integrating Power of Religion. Glenview. SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION Objective: The course focuses on providing knowledge to the students regarding core concepts. London. The Concept of Social Change: A Critique of the Functionalist Theory of Social Change. Introduction a. A.Smith. III. Evolutionary Sociological approaches 3. The Sociological Functions of Religion a. 2. Scott. 1971. Routledge & Kegan Paul. Sociological analysis of the major religions with special focus on Islam will be carried out. Sociology of Islam: 5. The world view of Islam a. Universal Order of Religion b.D. Christianity. theories and function of religion in the integration of society. 14. Prophet’s Sunnah as the Normative matrix of Islamic culture and Society c. Normative Foundation of Islamic Social Structure of Society 46 . 1973. Psycho-analytical theory of religion c. Course Outline 1. Pragmatism in Religion c. 4. G. Social Change. and Religion and Social Ideals. b. b. a. Theories of Religion a. 15. Sociological Analysis of major world religions: Islam Judaism. Religion as Agency of Social Control. Swansen. Human Nature and Human Personality b. Foresman and Co. Sociological theories of religion b.E. Definition of Religion Elements of Religion. Hinduism.

New York: MacGrawHill. NJ: Prentice-Hall. Oxford: Claneolan Press. Evan. Leonard (1963). (1962). Vernon. 2001. Religion. The Sociology of Religion. Louis (1964). (1975). 10. 12. Glenn M. Schneider. Meaning and Rhetoric by Russell T McCuteheon. Sociology of Religion. Religion and Society in Interaction. Ronald L. Sociology of Religion: A Reader by Susanne C. Draft Report. Emerson. London: Longman. Vernon. London & New York 2003.) by Ronald L. William A. Theories of Primitive Religions. Westport. 11. Ian (1988). Routledge. Mirola. 2004. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION 47 . (1962). persuasion and Motivation and their relation to Socialization Development of Attitudes. 7. 5. Monahan. Institution of family and its place in the Islamic Social Scheme. Sociology in Focus Series. 15. London Longman.F. The Discipline of Religion: Structure. NJ: Prentice-Hall. International Islamic Islam and Contemporary Society (ed. 2001. California: University of California Press. Johnstone. Sociology of Islam.d. Johnstone. Groups and Institutions in Islamic Society f. Religious Fundamentalism in Developing Countries by Santosh C. Upper Saddle River. Religion in Society: A Sociology of Religion (6th Ed. Binder. Ghazli-al-Muhammad. and Michael O. Ian. Thompson. Culture and Society: A Reader in the Sociology of Religion. New York: John Wiley and Sons. Major Components of Social Structure e. (1965). 14. socialization in Islamic Framework. Johnstone. 2. NewYork McGraw Hill. Islamic Council of Europe and Longman. 4. 13. Saha and Thomas Carr Greenwood Press. Religion and Society in Interaction: The Sociology of Religion. London and New York 1982. (1975). New Jersey Prentice-Hall. New York: Wiley and Sons. 6. Thompson. 8. Religion and Politics in Pakistan. 6. (1988).) by Salem Azzan. 9. 16. Religion: Sociology in Focus Series. Religion. Connecticut. Recommended Books: 1. Glenn M. Sociology of Religion. Upper Saddle River. Ronald L. 3. Education as the mean of Socialization status of Ulama in the Muslim Society epilogue. Sociological Approach to Religion. Louis (1970). Schneider. Prithard E.

educational institutions. Non-formal Contemporary Education System. Core concepts. Private and Public Sectors of Education c. Roles of Education a. c. Education and Social Mobility b. The Social Construction of Curriculum b. Social Stratification and Education 3. Education Problems d. Education Policy and Reforms b. Reconstructions Views of Education and Economic Development b. Education and Democracy d. Functions of Education c. School as an Organization a. Education for Leadership 4. Bureaucratization and Professionalization of Schooling 5. Demand and Supply of Educational Institutions in Developing Countries.Objective: The course provides students with the sociological insight of education. Definitions and Theoretical Models b. Education and Socialization b. Quality of Education e. levels. Introduction a. 2. Education and other social institutions. Education and Development 6. theories. 7. Sociological Theory and Education a. Manpower Planning c. d. The Concept of Education Origin and Development of Education Forms of Education. Investment in Education f. b. Formal. Status of Education in Pakistan Recommended Books: 48 . Course Outline 1. educational policies and reforms will be studied. Relationship between Education and the Economy a. The Sociology of School as an Agent of Change a. a. Relationship of education with socio-economic development will also be discussed.

Banks.2000. Cosin. Project cycle 49 . Introduction a. b. c. research in Education. preparation of different reports and techniques for the development of project will be studied. Education and National Character. Research in Education. 2002. Best. need. New Gersy: Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. 5. Singh. 4. Stephen J. A Systematic Analysis. Jeanne H. Peter (1970). Sadovnik. The Sociology of Education. planning and management. Jeanne H. 3. logical framework. 6. New Delhi. Eland and M. Brubacher. types of project. The Logic of Education. John W. Hirst. (1992). selection and scope of the project. 2.Ballantine. London: Routledge and Keg a Paul. Batsford Ltd. 7.S. 2002. 9. School and Society: A Sociological Reader. Andrew Kenneth Cosway. Ltd. David Levinson. Education and Society: International Library of Sociology 12. Course Outline 1. Definition. London: Routledge and Keg and Paul. (1993). cause and effect relationship. The Sociology of Education: A Systematic Analysis. PROJECT PLANNING. Best. Ball . identification. Alan R. London: Rutledge and Kegan Paul.S. and others (latest ed. 11. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Dr. (1993). Schooling and Capitalism. L.H. London: B. The Sociology of Educational Ideas. Peter W. Olive (1971). (1992). Ballantine. T. New Gercy Prentice Hall. Evetts. 1. MANAGEMENT Objective: The course acquaints the students with the basic concepts of project cycle. P. John W. The International Handbook on the Sociology of Education: An International. Characteristics of project. It will also equip students with the tools of monitoring. evaluation and impact assessment. Ottaway. New Delhi: Prentice Hall. 2003. Achyut Kumar. (1970). Cookson. Modern Philosophies of Education. Ari Antikainen.Carlos Alberto.R. B. and R. New Delhi. 8. Dale. J. Ashish Publishing House.G. MacDonald (1976). The Sociology of Education. (1992). New Delhi: Macgraw-Hill Publishing Co. Required skills of field formation.). Education and Sociology: An Encyclopedia 10. R. Sociology of Education: Major Themes Torres.

Types of impact assessment i) Social impact Assessment ii) Economic Impact Assessment iii) Physical Impact Assessment iv) Environmental Impact Assessment c. d. Key components of project e. c. e. Organization of resources b. Need for evaluation e. Preparing Project Proposal c. Project Management a. adjusting deviation 5. f. Steps in evaluation. expanding logframe matrix for evaluation. Cause and effect diagram. a. Conflict resolution f. Development of indicators b. Recommended Books:50 .d. Monitoring and evaluation exercise. use of CPM/PERT Methods. Project Monitoring and Evaluation a. Preparation of financial progress reports j. managing deviation. Liaison with external agencies h. checking deviation. Definition concepts and meaning b. Checking deviation and progress monitoring b. Accountability within project e. c. 4. LFA Exercise. Impact assessment. role Taking. collecting necessary data. Preparation of technical progress reports i. Task allocation. Time management g. d. Logical framework analysis. Definition and difference between M&E d. Coordination in project team. Follow-up. Methods and techniques of Impact Assessment Practical: Exercises on project preparation. Project Planning a. Writing of minutes and reports of project meetings. Fields force formation strategy 3. Potential problem analysis. Project objectives 2.

f. i.CRIMNINOLOGY Objective: This course familiarizes the students with the basic concepts. Agencies of detection formal-informal b. Crime and Criminals The occasional criminals The habitual criminals The professional criminals The white-collar crimes The organized crimes Corporate crimes Custom based deviance and crimes 4. j. Introduction Social construction of crimes and Criminals Types of Criminal and Crimes Law and Crime Deviancy Sin Vice Crime and social organization Crime as a social problem Criminology & its scope Criminology & Criminal Law 2. b. g. e. Explanation of criminal behavior 51 . Techniques of detection c. d. c. a. Problems of detection a. e. e. b. c. parole and Rehabilitation 6. Detection of Crimes a. c. g. a. h. 1. d. d. Approaches to Criminal Behavior Biological and environmental factors Psychological and psychiatric determinants Sociological and economic approaches Islamic point of view 3. and social remedies. f. 5. a. Reformative Treatments of Criminals Corporal punishments Capital punishment Imprisonment Prison and related problems Probation. c. d. b. criminality. b. theories and methodologies used in the field of criminology. The course will focus on understanding crime. The role of pertinent agencies in crime control will be learnt.

7. a. d. c. 4. Hagon. 2. 3. London: Mcmillan and Co. Methods of Criminological Research. Trial & Conviction of Offenders Agencies: Formal & Informal Criminal courts: Procedures & Problems 8. 1991. New York: Springer-Verlag. Prevention of crimes a. b. Larry J Siegel (2004) Criminology Theories. Long term measures b. c. Growel Co. Harper Collins. Criminology. Macmillan and Co. 13. 8. Understanding Social Deviance: From the Near Side to the outer limits. e. London: Unwin. Victor. Rational choice theory/Exchange Theory Choice & Trait Theories Social Reaction Theories Social Process theories Social Structural Theories 7. John Modern (1987). Introduction to Criminology. f. An Mafid. Curra. Jupp. b. New York.W Wads Worth com. New York: McGraw Hill. Aulak. Heidensohn. Hagon. 5. Punitive & Reformative Treatment of Criminals Corporal Punishment Imprisonment Probation Parole Rehabilitation of criminals Prison & related problems Suggested Books:1. (1986).W. David P. Ruth Shonle (1962). Methods of Criminological Research. 10. Victor (1989). 11. Criminology . Ramdy. Cavan. Patterns & typologies Prafullah Padhy (2006) organized Crime Isha Books Delhi. John Modern (1987). Crime and Society. Frances (1989). Rachel Boba (2005) Crime Analysis & Crime maping sage Publication Lahore . 14. (1989). Martin. e. 1994. London. Fox. NewYork. Criminal Justice. Vernon (1985). 6. Understanding and Controlling Crime. Criminological Thnought. (Eighth Edition) W. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. New York: Thomas Y.a. 9. 9. Short term measures a. McGraw Hill. d. 15. 12. Macmillan and Co. b. Hyman.Pioneers. 52 . John. Jupp. Cyndi Banks (2004) Criminal Justice Ethics Theory & Practice Farrington. Criminology. Past and Present.

Methven. X-HOUR: From Bureaucracy to Networks b. Resen Berg M. Local Actors in Global Politics. globalization: myth or reality. globalization. 6. New York. The Second Globalization: Creating the Post-War PoliticalEconomic Order b. SOCIOLOGY OF GLOBALIZATION Objective: This course provides familiarity regarding the basic concepts and models of globalization. Course Outline 1. New York: Appleton17.M. Multinational Corporations 5. Technology and globalization. modernization & Europeanization. Changes in Work b. Characteristics of globalization. Sociology of globalization. Power and Transnational Politics c. Global Politics. The Rise of Neoliberalism 4. Social Inequality c. 18. 16. 1983. Sage Publication. globalization and local identity. b. 19. etc.Reckless. 2. b. Theories of globalization. Emergence of Global Classes. global inequalities. The Free Press A Division of Macmillan. The Rise of Globalization a. Globalization and Workers a. Globalization and Corporations a. (1961). global stratification. global economy and the digital networks. Corporate Governance and Strategy c. Political Globalization a. Training for Global Competition 53 . 3. Governance. It will examine the global economy and its impact on local economy as well as social and cultural change especially on South Asian countries.: An Introduction to Sociology. Crime Problem. The role of media regarding globalization will also be discussed. Sanford H Kadish (1983) Encyclopeadia of Crime & Justice. Introduction and Overview of Sociology of Globalization a. globalization and cultural leveling. Walter C. 7. Transnational State.

16.w.(2001) The no-nonsense guide to Globalization Frank. Robinson. 2. et. Promoting Polyarchy William I. Welfare Reform b. (eds. Culture and Inequality in Asia Ehrenreich and Hochschild (eds). 11. Globalization and the State a. Saskia. 2005. Tax Reform c. Resistance.8. 11. 10. Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology Sassen. 2003. Scott Baum. 15. Al. Scrase.). Globalization. Globalization: A Short History. Politics. 14. 8. Globalization and Culture 10. 12. Alternative Futures The Global village: Recovering Place and Social Practices. and Power Roland Robertson. The Handbook of Political Sociology: States. Kathleen E. Anchor Books Janoski. 13. Transnationalism. Todd Joseph Miles Holden. Global Woman: Nannies. The Myth of the Powerless State 54 . 5. White. The Making of International Migrations – WTO Globalization and Social Institution Ellwood. 4. Civil Societies. and Globalization Nash. 6. 12. Transnational Civil Society. 15. 14. Hegemonies and Counterhegemonies. 2007. xii-xxii. 3. 1187. and Sex Workers Jan Nederveen-Pieterse. Global Ethnographies Joseph Stiglitz. A Sociology of Globalization Sklair. Transnational Social Movements. Kate Contemporary Political Sociology: Globalization. 16. Recommended Books: Kristensen and Zeitlin. Thomas. T (2001) One market under god. Globalization and Women/Gender Globalization. Globalization and Its Discontents Osterhammel and Petersson. Blackwell Timothy J. Maids. 301-322) (Continue reading) 17. A Theory of Global Capitalism Michael Buroawoy. Regulatory Reform 9. 9. L (2001) The transnational capitalist class. Globalization and the Environment Globalization and Race/Ethnicity. Transnational Communities. Transnational Migrations. Local Players in Global Games (pp. Linda Weiss. Robinson. Globalization and Culture: Global Melange William I. 13. Bronfenbrenner. Global Unions 18. 1. 2003. 7.

2. 8. 10. 12. 9. 5. 3.LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES 1. 7. 4. Social Impact Assessment Conflict and Alternative Dispute Reselection Clinical Sociology Governance and Social Policy Corporate Social Responsibilities Organizational Behaviour and HRD Electronic Media & Virtual Society Sociology of Law and Human rights Rural Development Criminology Industrial Sociology Islamic Sociology 55 . 6. 11.

Checklists & Matrices f. Develop and implement monitoring program k. SIS Review j.DETAILS OF ELECTIVE COURSES SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Objective: The course will provide the knowledge. Investigate probable impacts f. proposed action and alternatives Identification c. Identify probable impacts e. Contents and phases of SIA d. Policy/ project settings b. Determine probable response of affected parties g. Introduction to assessment methodologies: e. SIA Case Study i. Describe relevant human environment and zones of influence d. Public involvement b. It helps in understanding the role of social impact assessment in the broader context of environmental impact assessment. and enhancement plan j. Construct/implement e. Include interested and affected parties in all steps of the SIA process. understanding and skills for social impact assessment and policy formation. Recommend changes in proposed action or alternatives i. policy develop preliminary assessment c. Operation/ maintenance f. It familiarizes with the tools used and methods employed. Course Outline 1 Introduction a. Multicriteria Analysis h. General planning. Decommission/ abandonment 56 . 3 Stage in SIA process a. Strategic Social Assessment (SIA) 2 Steps in the social impact assessment process a. Detailed planning funding & impact d. Mitigation. remediation. Social Impact Assessment g. It enables the students to understand conceptual and methodological advances in social impact assessment. Historical aspects of SIA b. Legislative aspects of SIA c. Estimate secondary & cumulative impacts h.

Review of Judicial System b. CONFLICT RESOLUTION Objective: This course will identify a range of conflict resolution approaches with special focus on negotiation. It will enable the students to study models of social work practice – radical.4 Social Impact assessment Variables a. and problem-solving approaches. A. Listening skills e. mediation. systems. Bindu N. Burdge. Population change b. 1994. Christopher J. Becker.. Warren Evans. Course Outline 1 Introduction a. and advocacy. Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries in Asia: For . Advantages and disadvantages h. Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms f. The course will help the students to explore the theoretical basis for a conflict resolution approaches and techniques. North America. Political & social resources d.The International Handbook of Social Impact Assessment H. Community & institutional structures c.. Introduction and Goals b. A. Rabel J. Analysis of benefits and detriments of the judicial system e. Conflicts: causes and responses d. 2. Environmental and social impact assessment: an introduction H. General types of ADR defined 2 Mediation Training a. 2003. 5. Elements of Mediation 57 . Frank Vanclay. Social Impact Assessment: Method and Experience in Europe. Court structure and subject matter jurisdiction c. Barrow – 1997. Lohani. 1997. Becker. 4. 3. A Conceptual Approach to Social Impact Assessment: Collection of Writings by. Community and family changes e. ecological. Community resources Recommended Books: 1. Progress of a case through the system d. 1997. Asian Development Bank. J. Review of court organization chart c. generalist. Client/attorney perspectives g.

Arbitration Act c. Automobile. h. Ethical Issues in Negotiation d. Business Insurance. Service Learning Component: District Court 7 Mediation a. Skills Training c. Philosophical and Ethical Issues d. Common errors e. Social service needs and referrals f.f. Summarizing issues c. Role play 5 Common Problem Areas a. The Process and Outcome of Negotiation b. etc. Opening statements to parties c. Service Learning Component: Municipal Court Mediation 8 Arbitration a. Essential qualities necessary d. Landlord/Tenant. Confidentiality f. Role play 6 Negotiation a. Substantive Areas of Law Where Applied: Community Disputes. the Neutrals and the Authority b. Substantive Areas of Law Where Applied: Labor and Employment. Dealing with impasse b. Role play 4 Conducting a Mediation Session a. The Process. Hostile parties d. Manipulative parties e. Issue identification Prioritizing Timing and climate setting Causes 3 Role of the Mediator a. the Participants. Ground rules e. g. Reducing defensive communication c. Domestic Relations e. Case preparation b. Forms and Functions b. Securities. Tactics. Techniques and Skills of Negotiation c. Application: from Individual Use in Business to Courtroom Tactics e. Explanation of process and role of mediator d. i. Construction. Objectives before and during the mediation process b. 58 .

Summary Jury Trials c. communication and relationship with client as well as ethics in clinical sociology. Managing Campus Conflict Through Alternative Dispute Resolution R Laurie S. Minitrials d. Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader: How You and Your Organization Can . Bernadine Van Gramberg. Sociological Practice i) Applied Sociology ii) Clinical Sociology b. evaluation and preventive programming. 2003.W. With Individuals 59 .2007 Kent M. Med/Arb b. Flanagan.. Tim A. 2006. Coltri. theories.. 3. It will enable the students with the skills of intervention. Weeks. 1999. 4. Managing Workplace Conflict: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Australia Craig E. Early Neutral Evaluation e. Special Masters Recommended Books: 1. De Dreu. process of intervention and clinical sociology practices. Interrelation and Difference Between Clinical and Applied Sociology 2 Theories in Clinical Sociology 3 Communication and Relationships with Clients 4 Ethic in Clinical Sociology 5 Intervention a. Michele J Gelfand Published Dec. It will also enable the students to learn mediation and conflict resolution.9 Hybrid Process a. 2005. 5.. 2. Course Outline 1 Introduction a. CLINICAL SOCIOLOGY Objective: The course will emphasize on concepts. Runde. Conflict Diagnosis and Alternative Dispute R Resolution The Psychology Conflict Management and Conflict in Organizations Carsten K. 6. Levels of Intervention i.

Preventive Programming Application of Clinical Sociology to Contemporary Social Problems: Case Studies Howard M.Using Sociology: An Introduction from the Applied and Clinical Perspectives 7 Recommended Books: 1. Identify the key actors in the policy process. With Communities v. 2001. Programme Evaluation 6 Clinical Sociology Practice a. 2007. d. 2. capacity building. global context of Pakistan’s public policy as well as interest and power. What is Governance Processes of governance. The course will depict the public policy and its process. 4. Mediation and Conflict Resolution b. Assessment ii. b. It will elaborate the society-centered theories. 2001. John G. 60 . Programme Implementation iv. Theories and principles of improving governance and democracy Impact of globalization on global governance Institutional reform. With Families iii. Handbook of Clinical Sociology Jan M Fritz – 1996. theories and function of governance and key actors. institutions and state-centered theories. Rebach. The Clinical Sociology Resource Book Jan Marie Fritz. 3. SOCIAL POLICY Objective: The course will enable the students to learn about the basic concepts. process. accountability 2 Public Policy and the Policy-making Process in Pakistan a. With Formal Organizations b. The Process of Intervention i.ii. Bruhn. Course Outlines 1 a. Define public policy and discuss the various stages of the policy process. Straus. International Clinical Sociology S Roger A. With Groups iv. b. Programme Planning iii. c. Evaluation c.

capacities. Form an opinion (even a tentative one) on which societycentered theory you find most convincing and useful. on the other. 61 d. as part of your explanation. state as an actor theory. Discuss the main policy imperatives and policy constraints associated with the new globalized context of Pakistan public policy. When reading an article that employs one of the societycentered explanatory theories. b. on the one hand. distinguish between the politics of identity and recognition. Globalized Context of Pakistan Public Policy Discuss the globalized context of public policy in a manner that distinguishes between economic. Comment on the institutional context of policy-making and discuss the key components of the machinery of government. 3 a. Institutions and Policy: State-centered Theories a. goals and purposes of states. and institutional rational choice theory. political and culture dimensions of globalization. c. elite theory. and explain what is meant by the ‘internationalization’ or ‘globalization’ of public policy. identify which perspective is being used. c. 5 . Discuss the character of the Pakistani welfare state and the main pillars of Pakistani social policy. and the socially conservative politics of reactive social movements. c. Identify which theoretical perspective is being used when reading an article based on one of the state-centred perspectives on public policy. b. 4 a. Interests. including the Pakistan state. Explain how globalization has altered the character and focus of social movement politics and. Comment on the ways that globalization has altered the power. d. The New. and class analysis. b. Discuss how the following theoretical perspectives approach the tasks of explaining and understanding public policy: structuralist institutionalism. d. Outline the process by which policy initiatives make their way from government departments. Power and Policy: Society-centered Theories Define ‘explanatory theory’ then distinguish between explanatory and normative theories. Discuss how the following theoretical perspectives explain state and public policy: liberal pluralism. through cabinet and the legislative process in Parliament.c. Define what institutions are and discuss the notion of ‘institutional causation’. e.

A deliberate sharing on enablers. Politics and the Public Sphere Journal of Social Policy by Social Administration Association (Great Britain Laura Edgar. Milena Buchs . Remaking Governance: Peoples.Recommended Books: 1.Political Science . New Governance in European Social Policy: The Open Method of Coordination Phillip W. stakeholders and their needs. assurance issues and role of internal audit will be discussed at length. Global Governance. Strengthening Social Policy: Lessons on Forging Government-Civil Society . 8.. 2009. 2005. 2004. Global Social Policy & Governance G Deacon Bob. Regional Integration and Social Policy P Gail Lewis. 2007. capital market influences. 4. 7. social policy and multicultural education CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) Objective: The course will pinpoint the concepts of CSR. 2007. Global governance. Jones. Jennifer Chandler. 2007. rating organizations. 2. non-governmental organizations (NGOs) b The voiceless stakeholders c Geo-political influences 4 What are the enablers? a Corporate governance b Enterprise risk management c Guidance from many constituencies d Linkage to internal audit standards 62 . tipple-bottom line and organizational approaches will be held.. recent studies b CSR competencies c Emerging guidelines 3 Who are the Stakeholders and What are Their Needs? a Governments. 6. The management of reporting. John Clarke Rethinking Social Policy P Janet Newman. Course Outlines 1 Why Should We Care? a Corporate Social Responsibility means b The value proposition of Corporate Social Responsibility 2 What is CSR and Where are We Now? a Definitions. 5. Bob Deacon. 3. Sharon Gewirtz.

Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Stakeholders in a Global Environment 1. The Debate Over Corporate Social Responsibility 4. Juliet Roper -2007. concepts and theories of formal and informal organization.5 What is the Triple Bottom Line? a Economic viability b Environmental soundness c Social responsibility 6 How are Organizations Approaching? a Climate change challenges b Environmental health and safety concerns c Supply chain issues d Social responsibilities 7 How do you manage the reporting and assurance issues? a Reporting challenges.Business & Economics – 2005. Marinus Cornelis de Witte. Nancy Lee. The Market for Virtue: The Potential and Limits Of Corporate Social. George Cheney. process. Corporate Social Responsibility: Doing the Most Good for Your Company and Steve Kent May. William B. Karl Weber. Jan Jonker. 2. 2008. Course Outlines 1. 2005. Muhammad Yunus. formal and informal organization c. human resource management and general problems of organization with special reference to Pakistan will be carried out. Werther. 63 . Marco de Witte 2006. Characteristics of formal organization. sharing and participation on organizational structure.Management Models for Corporate Social Responsibility 3. Introduction a. A detailed discussion. Creating a World Without Poverty: Social Business and the Future of Capitalism Philip Kotler. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Objective: The course will help the students to understand the meaning. Meaning and difference between social organization b. dos and don'ts b Assurance emerging practices 8 What is the Appropriate Role for Internal Audit? a Competencies required Recommended Books: David Vogel . David Chandler 2006.

General problems in organization of Pakistan: a. Operational problems c. Foundations of Individual Behavior a. What Are Emotions e. attitude & Job satisfaction 6. f. d. Leadership c. 3. 4. 8. Distinguish between the four schedules of reinforcement. Personality Attributes Influencing OB d. Human Resource Management. Foundations of group Behavior 5. power and authority b. Theories of Formal Organization: a. b. Personality & emotions & their role in Effectiveness of Organization a. Meaning and problems of performance appraisal. Five Model of Personality Dimensions c. System approach to organization. Practice self-management g. Organizational Structure and Human Resource Management: a. Training and development of employees c. Decision making 9. e. Career planning and human resource development d. What is Personality b. Conflict e. Values. Shape the behavior of others. OB Applications of Understanding Emotions 7. Complexity and formalization. Role of punishment in learning. Meaning and interrelationship of organizational size b. classical organizational theories b. Types of ability. neoclassical theories c. c. Role of human resource development in organization and socialization of employees b. Motivation. Structural problem b.2. a. Communication d. Key biographical characteristics. Organizational Processes: a. 10. Behavior problems Recommended Books: 64 . Emotions Dimension f. Exhibit effective discipline skills.

International Perspectives on Organizational Behavior and Human Resource . R obbins . Betty Jane Punnett. (1993).. 2007. (eds. M. Systematic Management of Human Resources. Policies and Management. Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management 11.1.B. Boudwin. McGraw Hill 8. Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour in the Hospitality . Organizational Behavior 12. McGraw Hill Inc. Deborah eade (2005) Development NGOS & Civil Society Oxfam GB New Delhi International Thomson Business Press.Cases in Management. Management: A Global Perspective (10th ed. characteristics and components of virtual community. Ahuja KK. Weihrich and Koontz (1993). Rural Development: Principles.) New York: MacGraw-Hill. Buller. Inc.. 2004. Singh. Tracy (1979). 10. 6. Inc. Kristie M. Robert G. Paul F. Human Behavior at work 5. Co. New York.. 361-369 7. Sherri L. Davis. UK. Angelo Kinicki. 1993.. 13.. New Delhi. 1996. 4. It will enable the students to visualize 65 . "Global and Local Balance in Human Resources Leadership. Human Resources and Personnel Management (4thed.. Newstoms (1992). Robert Kreitner. Meisinger. Luthans.. K.). Weihrich and Koontz (1993). and Ulrich. Management: A Global Perspective 10th Edition.Organization Behavior. Inc. Organizational Behavior. Arndt sorge & Malcolm Wasner (1998) IEBM Hand book of Organization Behaviour. D.. Organizational Behavior 3. S. The Future of Human Resource Management (Virginia: John Wiley & Sons. Adison-Wasty Pub. Nick wates (2000) the community Planning Earthscan publication ltd London. Management and Organization Dehli CBS Publishers and Distributors. 1998. Delcampo. Peterson R. Ph. Rao. (2003). J. and I. P. Hines. DelCampo. 9. 2007. That's What She Said! a Guide to Using "The Office" to Demonstrate .. 2. New York: McGraw Hill Inc.. Berberoğlu . D. 15. 14. 2005). H. Schuler. and Davis K." in Losey.2000. (1993). SOCIOLOGY OF MEDIA Objective: The course will familiarize the students with meaning. Ph.. pp. Werther. S. Robert G. Hofmeister.TV (2000) Human Resourse Development National Book Foundation Islamabad.).D.. Randall S. William B. New York: Macgraw-Hill.

Extending the classroom walls electronically. What is a Virtual Community and Why Would You Ever Need One? b. e. Components of virtual communities Virtual technology and networking a. Online Communities for Professional Development. e. Course Outlines 1 Introduction a. Creating and Exploiting Virtual communities. Designing of virtual communities b. Students will learn about scope and working of virtual community. virtual communication & marketing a. d. Contributions of a Virtual Community to Self-Regulated Learning. Scope and Working of virtual communities future of virtual communities Identity and Deception in the Virtual Community The Art of Hosting Good Conversations Online Nine Principles for Making Virtual Communities Work Making Virtual Communities Work 2 3 4 Recommended Books: 66 . c. networking and tools used in virtual communities. b. In New Paradigms for College Teaching. d. Miracle of Internet b. Tools used in virtual communities a. Characteristics of virtual communities c.virtual technology. c.

The Internet Imaginaire Peter Ludes. 2001. Technology and S Society John Thornton Caldwell. Convergence and fragmentation [electronic resource]: media technology and . • To know about the individual and collective life of a man and his position in the universe. d. Towards the E-Society: E-commerce. b. 67 .Communication Theory: Media.Page 141 Patrice Flichy. Cyberbole. 2002. Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva. E-business. 20th century. 2000. c. and E-government Corien Prins. • To know Quranic concept of Social Change and the importance of Ijtehad for the reconstruction of society.. 2001. 2004. Course Outlines Introduction: 1. Martin Lister. 2002. The field. concept and polarities.Beat Schmid. Reality ISLAMIC SOCIOLOGY Objectives: • To understand society in terms of the teachings of Holy Qur’an. Sonia M. Lievrouw. 2009. 2007. • To analyze the importance of religion and its relationship between religion and society. Historical Survey of the Muslims contribution in the field of Islamic Sociology up to mid.. Volker Tschammer. Designing E-government: On the Crossroads of Technological Innovation and . Electronic Media and Technoculture Jon Dovey. • To understand the concept of Islamic culture and characteristics of an Islamic Society. 2008. Main Thesis of Islamic Sociology-Philosophical Analytic & Synthetically. 2005. The Scope and Dimensions of Islamic Sociology a. New Media: A Critical Introduction Leah A. Livingstone. Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICTs Manuel Castells. David Holmes. Definition of Islamic Sociology. The Network Society: A Cross-cultural Perspective . Steve Woolgar. Virtual Society?: Technology.

Ali M. Sociological Study of the Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him). Political d. Theoretical Propositions: a. Arnold T. 3. Karachi. Contemporary c. Economic c. Basahrat. Ali. Dwight M. Shah Waliullah. Basahrat. Quran and Ahadith. 68 . M. Social Institutions: a. 5. As Analysed by the Holy Quran. 2. Social Differentiation. Studies in Muslim Ethics Printed in London. Ideology and social Laws 7. The Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) founder of Islamic Culture. Religion as Agency of Social Control Suggested Readings: 1. Jamiyatul Falah. Karachi. The comparative Sociological Theories. 4.W. M. e. The nature and forms of prediction b. Ali.2. Quranic Imraniyat. M. Genesis and Nature of Islamic Sociology: a. Lahore. b. 3. M. Historical b. Quranic Concepts: a. The Quran and the Muslim Thinkers 5. c. Mobility in the World of Islam: a. Social Classes and leadership pattern 4. Mushtabihat. compound with Quranic Sociology. 7. Ali. Family b. Basharat. Akhtar. Sociological analysis of World Religious System 9. Maktaba Millyah. 8. Explanatory Principles. Legacy of Islam. The Muslim Social Philosophy. Basharat. Muslim the First Sociologists.. Wxford University press. possible disciplines and specialties in the Sociology of Islam 8. Ikhwan Publishers. Jamiyatul Falah. Muhkamat. b. The Nature of Islamic Sociology. Ali. Zamir Ali. 6. S. Amen House. Karachi. Basahrat. Donaldson. Quranic Postulates 6.

Course Outlines: 1. A.A.. Work ethics in Islam a. 14. Social Theory of Productive System b. 1958. 15. Charles. Maktab-e-Milliyah. Historical view of Industrial Development b. Industrialization: a.A. Guillanmme. Lahore. 13. Sociology and M. Work. Jajjatullah-11 Balighah. and Arab Philosopher in History. Dr. Introduction: a. Distribution of Wealth 6. Theories of Industrialization 4. Bureaucracy b. Syed Zamir Ahmed 2004 Qurani Umraniyat. Holt. Division of Labor b. INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY Objective: The course will provide familiarity about the basic concepts. Usool-e-Din. Industry. 11. Erwin. Karachi Waliullah Shah. Trade Union. (Usool-o-Mubadi). Organizational Charts (Structure) c. 12. Industry and Society b. Thamas Forb. Quran-o-Suna. Formal Organization: a. Essawi. (Part-I). Political Thought in Medival Islam: An Introductory outline. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Antecedent of Industrialization in west 3. theories and process of industrial sociology.J. and theories of Unionism 5. 10.. Quranic Sociology of Crime Bureau of Translation of composition. Karachi. Urdu Translation by Moulana Ubaidullah Sindhi.. I. Factory and Management 2. Industry and Social Stratification c. Industrial Relationship in Pakistan 7. Ghanzanfar Academy Urdu Bazar. Occupation. Industrialization in Pakistan a. Organization.9. Trade Unionism in Pakistan 69 . The Sociology of Religion. for M. Problems and Prospects of Industrialization in Sociological Perspective c. Work ethics c. The Tradition of Islam.

Merton Press. prentice Hall. Christian. Health. New York. R. clause and sentence structure Transitive and intransitive verbs Punctuation and spelling Comprehension Answers to questions on a given text Discussion General topics and every-day conversation (topics for discussion to be at the discretion of the teacher keeping in view the level of students) Listening 70 . Laboure Policies in Pakistan a. Suggested Readings: 1. Understanding Industrial Society: A Sociological Guide. 3. Union Leadership and Collective Bargaining 8. They will meet the employer and employees to discuss their problems and submit a comprehensive report. DETAILS OF COMPULSORY COURSES COMPULSORY COURSES IN ENGLISH FOR BS (4 YEAR) IN BASIC & SOCIAL SCIENCES English I (Functional English) Objectives: Enhance language skills and develop critical thinking. Analysis of wages Field Visit: The students will visit different industries to study human relations in industry. Course Contents Basics of Grammar Parts of speech and use of articles Sentence structure. Labor Movement b. Process and Outcomes. (1995) Organization: Structure. luff Pual (2000) Technology in action Cambridge University Press. St.. active and passive voice Practice in unified sentence Analysis of phrase. 2. Trade Unionism c. Hall.a. (1994). California. Historical Perspective and social change b.H. Theobland.

J. Speaking b) c) d) English II (Communication Skills) Objectives: Enable the students to meet their real life communication needs.V. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Third edition. Martinet. 1997. ISBN 0194313492 2. Intermediate by Marie-Christine Boutin. ISBN 0194313506 Writing 1.J. Exercises 2. Brain Tomlinson and Rod Ellis. Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet.To be improved by showing documentaries/films carefully selected by subject teachers Translation skills Urdu to English Paragraph writing Topics to be chosen at the discretion of the teacher Presentation skills Introduction Note: Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building Recommended books: 1. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0 19 453402 2. Third Impression 1992. Reading. Practical English Grammar by A. ISBN 0 19 435405 7 Pages 20-27 and 35-41. Writing. Upper Intermediate. Third edition. unified and coherent paragraph Essay writing Introduction CV and job application Translation skills Urdu to English Study skills 71 . 1997. Thomson and A. Thomson and A. Course Contents Paragraph writing Practice in writing a good. Fourth Impression 1993. Exercises 1. Oxford University Press. Martinet. a) Functional English Grammar 1. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Practical English Grammar by A.V. Reading/Comprehension 1.

Oxford Supplementary Skills. Writing. Oxford University Press 1986. Upper-Intermediate by Rob Nolasco. Reading. language. b) c) English III (Technical Writing and Presentation Skills) Objectives: Enhance language skills and develop critical thinking Course Contents Presentation skills Essay writing Descriptive. 2. clarity. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Reading and Study Skills by John Langan 3. Third Impression 1991.J. Martinet. Oxford Supplementary Skills. intensive and extensive. Brian Tomlinson and Rod Ellis. form. use of library and internet Presentation skills Personality development (emphasis on content. 2. and speed reading. introduction to presentations. summary and précis writing and comprehension Academic skills Letter/memo writing. Intermediate by Marie-Chrisitine Boutin. Fourth Impression 1992. style and pronunciation) Note: documentaries to be shown for discussion and review Recommended books: Communication Skills a) Grammar 1. ISBN 019 435405 7 Pages 45-53 (note taking). content.Skimming and scanning. Writing 1. Practical English Grammar by A.V. Exercises 2. Thomson and A. argumentative Academic writing How to write a proposal for research paper/term paper How to write a research paper/term paper (emphasis on style. descriptive and argumentative writing). Third edition. ISBN 0 19 453403 0. consistency) Technical Report writing Progress report writing 72 . Advanced. narrative. Fourth Impression 1993. Study Skills by Riachard Yorky. minutes of meetings. Writing. ISBN 0 19 431350 6. Reading 1. discursive. Suzanne Brinand and Francoise Grellet. ISBN 0 19 435406 5 (particularly good for writing memos.

College Writing Skills by John Langan. argumentative and report writing). ISBN 0 19 435407 3 (particularly suitable for discursive. Kirszner and Stephen R. without taxing the taste of engineering students). (A reader which will give students exposure to the best of twentieth century literature. Oxford Supplementary Skills. Kathleen Shine Cain.Note: Extensive reading is required for vocabulary building Recommended books: Technical Writing and Presentation Skills a) Essay Writing and Academic Writing 1. 2. Third Impression 1992. Compiled by norther Illinois University. Martin’s Press. 2004. Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton. Advanced by Ron White. St. b) c) 73 . 3. Mandell. descriptive. A Custom Publication. Patterns of College Writing (4th edition) by Laurie G. Mc=Graw-Hill Higher Education. Presentation Skills Reading The Mercury Reader. General Editiors: Janice Neulib. Writing.

Ideological rationale with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. State & Society in Pakistan.The Emergence of Banglades. Issue in Pakistan’s Economy. Mehmood. Muslim advent iii. politics. Indus Civilization ii. Zaidi. Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. 2. 1972. Burke and Lawrence Ziring. Wayne. Government and Politics in Pakistan Political and constitutional phases: a. national development. The Macmillan Press Ltd 1980. Burki. 1988-99 f. Lahore: Idara-e-Saqafat-eIslamia. Islamabad: Institute of Policy Studies. Lahore. Mehmood.M. Institute of Public Policy Research. Amin. 4. 1977-88 e.National Movement in Pakistan. 6. Society and social structure c. Club Road. government. 3. issues arising in the modern age and posing challenges to Pakistan. Safdar. Tahir. Ethno . Contemporary Pakistan a. 1971-77 d. Karachi: Oxford University Press. Islamabad. Shahid Javed. 1994. b. Futuristic outlook of Pakistan Books Recommended 1. 1947-58 b. Akbar.. nd. Location and geo-physical features. 5. Course Outline 1. Ethnicity d. 1958-71 c. S. ideological background of Pakistan. 7. Safdar. Economic institutions and issues b. Pakistan’s Foreign policy: An Historical analysis. Historical Perspective a. S. Study the process of governance. Factors leading to Muslim separatism People and Land i. 1993. Wilcox. Pakistan Political Roots & Development. Foreign policy of Pakistan and challenges e. Washington: American Enterprise. 1999 onward 3. c.Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) Introduction/Objectives • • Develop vision of historical perspective. Pakistan Kayyun Toota. 2. contemporary Pakistan. Karachi: Oxford University Press. 2000. 74 .

Politics in Pakistan. Aziz. 9. II & III. Islamabad: National Institute of Historical and cultural Research.K. Political Parties in Pakistan. Lawrence. 1993. Islamabad: National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research. Ansar. Rafique. 13. 10. 11. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1998. Zahid. Karachi: Royal Book Company. 1980.8. Pakistan Under Martial Law. 1980. Ziring. The Political System of Pakistan. 1987. History & Culture of Sindh. Muhammad Waseem. 12. Kent England: WmDawson & sons Ltd. 14. Sayeed. Islamabad: National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research. Haq. Khalid Bin. Making of Pakistan: The Military Perspective. Party. 1967. Afzal. Lahore: Vanguard. I. K. 1976. M. 75 . Vol. Enigma of Political Development. Noor ul.

20) Related to thinking.W) in Makkah Important Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Makkah Life of Holy Prophet (S.W) II Introduction To Sunnah . Detail of Courses Introduction to Quranic Studies 1) 2) 3) Basic Concepts of Quran History of Quran Uloom-ul -Quran Study of Selected Text of Holly Quran 1) Verses of Surah Al-Baqra Related to Faith(Verse No-284-286) 2) Verses of Surah Al-Hujrat Related to Adab Al-Nabi (Verse No-1-18) 3) Verses of Surah Al-Mumanoon Related to Characteristics of faithful (Verse No-1-11) 4) Verses of Surah al-Furqan Related to Social Ethics (Verse No.56.ISLAMIC STUDIES (Compulsory) Objectives: This course is aimed at: 1 To provide Basic information about Islamic Studies 2 To enhance understanding of the students regarding Islamic Civilization 3 To improve Students skill to perform prayers and other worships 4 To enhance the skill of the students for understanding of issues related to faith and religious life. Day of Judgment 3) Verses of Surah Al-Saf Related to Tafakar.A.A.63-77) 5) Verses of Surah Al-Inam Related to Ihkam(Verse No-152-154) Study of Selected Text of Holly Quran 1) Verses of Surah Al-Ihzab Related to Adab al-Nabi (Verse No.W) I 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) 3) 4) Life of Muhammad Bin Abdullah ( Before Prophet Hood) Life of Holy Prophet (S.14) Seerat of Holy Prophet (S.W) in Madina Important Events of Life Holy Prophet in Madina Important Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Madina Basic Concepts of Hadith History of Hadith Kinds of Hadith Uloom –ul-Hadith 76 Seerat of Holy Prophet (S.57.19.21.40.58.6.A.A.Tadabar (Verse No-1.) 2) Verses of Surah Al-Hashar (18.

5) 6) Sunnah & Hadith Legal Position of Sunnah Selected Study from Text of Hadith Introduction To Islamic Law & Jurisprudence 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Basic Concepts of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence History & Importance of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence Sources of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence Nature of Differences in Islamic Law Islam and Sectarianism Islamic Culture & Civilization 1) 2) 3) 4) 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) 3) 4) Basic Concepts of Islamic Culture & Civilization Historical Development of Islamic Culture & Civilization Characteristics of Islamic Culture & Civilization Islamic Culture & Civilization and Contemporary Issues Basic Concepts of Islam & Science Contributions of Muslims in the Development of Science Quranic & Science Basic Concepts of Islamic Economic System Means of Distribution of wealth in Islamic Economics Islamic Concept of Riba Islamic Ways of Trade & Commerce Islam & Science Islamic Economic System Political System of Islam 1) Basic Concepts of Islamic Political System 2) Islamic Concept of Sovereignty 3) Basic Institutions of Govt. “Emergence of Islam” . Islamabad Hameed ullah Muhammad. ‘Introduction to Islam Mulana Muhammad Yousaf Islahi.” 77 . IRI. “Muslim Conduct of State” Hameed ullah Muhammad. in Islam Islamic History 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) 3) Period of Khlaft-E-Rashida Period of Ummayyads Period of Abbasids Basic Concepts of Social System of Islam Elements of Family Ethical Values of Islam Social System of Islam Reference Books: 1) 2) 3) 4) Hameed ullah Muhammad.

Islamabad (1993) Mir Waliullah. “Muslim Jrisprudence and the Quranic Law of Crimes” Islamic Book Service (1982) H. International Islamic University. “Studies in Islamic Law. Ahmad Hasan. Islamabad (2001) 78 . “Introduction to Al Sharia Al Islamia” Allama Iqbal Open University.5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Hussain Hamid Hassan.S. “Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence” Islamic Research Institute. “An Introduction to the Study of Islamic Law” leaf Publication Islamabad. Religion and Society” Deep & Deep Publications New Delhi (1989) Dr. Pakistan. Bhatia. Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq.

2008 and onward Title of subject: Discipline : Pre-requisites : Credit Hours : Minimum Contact Hours: Assessment : Effective : Aims : To give the basic knowledge of Mathematics and prepare the students not majoring in mathematics. Binomial Theorem: Introduction to binomial theorem. Permutation and combinations: Introduction to permutation and combinations. equations reducible to quadratic equations. relationship of statistics with social science. limitations 79 2. Matrices: Introduction to matrices. Trigonometry: Fundamentals of trigonometry. characteristics of statistics. • Model the effects non-isothermal problems through different domains. Sequence and Series: Arithmetic. Introduction to sets. nature of roots of quadratic equations. trigonometric identities. circle and trigonometric functions. SSC (Metric) level Mathematics 03 + 00 40 written examination. set operations. inverse of matrices.COMPULSORY MATHEMATICS COURSES FOR BS (4 YEAR) (FOR STUDENTS NOT MAJORING IN MATHEMATICS) 1. geometric and harmonic progressions. Contents : 1. Algebra : Preliminaries: Real and complex numbers. Quadratic equations: Solution of quadratic equations. After completion of this course the student should be able to: • Objectives : Understand the use of the essential tools of basic mathematics. types of matrices. types of functions. Graphs: Graph of straight line. : Introduction: Meaning and definition of statistics. functions. Statistics . determinants. Cramer’s rule. • Apply the concepts and the techniques in their respective disciplines. system of linear equations. COURSE FOR NON-MATHEMATICS MAJORS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS BS (Social Sciences).

moments. Latest Edition.. Frequency distribution: Organisation of data. E.. frequency polygon. ‘Fundamentals of Algebra and Trigonometry’. R. array. individual. PWS-Kent Company. Measures of central tendency: Mean medium and modes. Measures of dispersion: Range. types of frequency series. tally sheet method. cumulative frequency curve. ‘Statistics for The Social Sciences’. inter quartile deviation mean deviation. R. Books Recommended: 1. 2. bar frequency diagram histogram. E. ‘Introduction of Statistics’. E. ‘College Algebra and Trigonometry’. skewness and kurtosis. Walpole. R. ungrouped and grouped data. Latest Edition.. deciles and percentiles. 4. discrete and continuous series. Latest Edition. variance. Boston. Wilcox. quartiles. W.of statistics and main division of statistics.. 80 . graphic presentation of the frequency distribution. 3. Swokowski. Kaufmann. Prentice Hall. standard deviation. J.

Properties of variance and standard Deviation. Moments and Moments ratios. Significant digits. bias. Change of origin and scale. Constructing of a frequency distribution.Single Population Introduction. Measures of Central Tendency Introduction. Poisson and Normal Distribution. Discrete and continuous distributions: Binomial. Difference of means and proportions. Hypothesis Testing Introduction. Sampling distributions for single mean and proportion. Testing of hypothesis and confidence intervals about the difference of population means and proportions for small and large samples. Graphs and their Construction. Range. Interpretation of the standard Deviation. The Mean Deviation. Standardized variables. Test statistics. The Mode. Testing of Hypotheses-Two or more Populations Introduction. Unit 7. properties of Good Average. Presentation of Data Introduction. sample design and sampling frame. Absolute and relative measures. Errors of measurement. Empirical Relation between Mean. probability and nonprobability sampling. Box and Whisker Plot. Frequency polygon and Frequency curve. Data. Exercises. Editing of Data. Probability and Probability Distributions. Coefficient of variation. Analysis of Variance and ANOVA Table. Types of frequency curves. Exercises Unit 9. Pie chart. Diagrams. Population. Sources. Ogive for Discrete Variable. Bar charts. Exercises. Testing of Hypothesis. The Variance and standard deviation. Median and mode. Exercises. Measures of Dispersion Introduction. level of significance. Exercises Unit 6. Discrete and continuous variables. Quantiles. Testing of hypothesis and confidence interval about the population mean and proportion for small and large samples. Unit 8. Rounding of a Number. Exercises. null and alternative hypothesis. Histogram. general procedure for testing of hypothesis. sampling and non sampling errors. Unit 2. Unit 3. Sampling and Sampling Distributions Introduction. The semi-Inter-quartile Range. Cumulative Frequency Polygon or Ogive. Exercises. Different types of Averages. definition of outliers and their detection. Stem and Leaf Display. Collection of primary and secondary data. Exercises 81 . acceptance and rejection regions. sample Descriptive and inferential Statistics. sampling with and without replacement. Exercises. basic principles of classification and Tabulation. Type-I and Type-II errors. Relative and Cumulative frequency distribution. Unit 5. Unit 4. What is Statistics? Definition of Statistics. Statistical problem. Relative Merits and Demerits of various Averages. Historigram. Observations.INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS Credit hrs: 3(3-0) Unit 1.

Testing of Hypothesis-Independence of Attributes Introduction. simple linear regression. Muhammad. “Introduction to Statistics”. about the Unit 11. 2005. its estimation and interpretation. Testing of hypothesis Independence of attributes.Unit 10. Bhawana Bazar Faisalabad. “Statistical Methods and Data Analysis”.. 3rd Ed. 1982. Kitab Markaz. Inc. Note: General Courses from other Departments Details of courses may be developed by the concerned universities according to their Selection of Courses as recommended by their Board of Studies. Exercises. E. r and R2.. estimation of parameters and their interpretation. Examples Recommended Books 1 2 Walpole. F. Correlation. Coefficient of linear correlation. Regression and Correlation Introduction. Multiple regression and interpretation of its parameters. New York. 82 . R. Macmillan Publishing Co. examples. Contingency Tables. cause and effect relationships.

5. The members of NCRC may be requested to act as Master Trainers for the above proposed training. Consequently. HEC may constitute a committee from members of NCRC to review the locally published books on sociology for inclusion in the list of recommended books for BS 4 year program. The NCRC seriously observed the shortage of relevant books and particularly the indigenous teaching material. The Ph. The members also realized the shortage of HEC recognized journals on Social Sciences in the country and proposed that HEC may extend special financial support to launch new journals in the field of social sciences. HEC may arrange a review meeting after 2 years to incorporate the lesson learned from the implementation of this scheme of studies. 4. HEC may design program to train faculty members engaged in teaching BS 4-years courses in the Department of Sociology in all public sector universities in Pakistan. 2. 3. which are as under:1.RECOMMENDATIONS The committee in its final session made some suggestions for the effective implementation of scheme of studies for BS 4-Years in Sociology. 7. D thesis of sociology may be published under monograph and text book writers’ scheme of HEC. 83 . 6. the members were of the view that HEC may enhance the honoraria for writing books especially in the field of Social Sciences and extend other supports as well.

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