Here at the National University of Singapore (NUS), the teachings and research of the Department of Sociology speaks to the complexities of everyday living that unfolds in diverse socio-cultural and political settings. From comparative historical sociology, to religion, family, demography studies and inequalities, we strive to equip our students with core theoretical and methodological skill sets with which to critically analyse any societal domain, comparatively and historically.
The effort is to produce skilled researchers – theoreticians and methodologists – who are trained to ask critical questions, formulate research problems, design and execute a research agenda effectively – skills that they can further translate into any context, and certainly beyond academic settings.
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