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Brant Downey


Office:  B 349-B

Phone: 403.440.8828

E-mail: bdowney@mtroyal.ca

 

Brant Downey has taught at MRU since 2007.
His interests include the history and development of sociology.
His dissertation, "W. I. Thomas and the Sociology of Sex Differences," is an intellectual biography of an early American theorist who did pioneering work on the status of women in society.

 

Courses Taught at MRU:
SLGY 1101  Introduction to Sociology
SLGY 1103  The Sociological Imagination
SLGY 2131  Classical Sociological Theory
SLGY 2232  Introduction to Sociological Research Methods
SLGY 2253  Urban Sociology
SLGY 2265  Social Stratification and Inequality
SLGY 3323  Qualitative Research Methods
SLGY 3333  Contemporary Social Theory
GNED 1304 Communities and Societies