Simple,neat and interesting way of explaining the content. Didn't get bored. Good refreshment if you already know the stuff and good introduction if you are new to sociology. Professor is really nice.
This is a course which helps you understand the origin of Sociology. The content of this course includes all the sociologists who played a great role, also the lectures are delivered in a superb way.
by Kam L•
Excellent overview of sociological classical thinkers
by Kevin C•
Very compelling, but could be a bit more rigorous.
by Magret C•
thank you soo much, this experience was amazing
by SREEHARI K R•
It was a good experience and understood a lot.
by Jose R N D•
Great course! fully recommended for beginners.
by dhanesh m•
good for beginning with these classical texts
by Ana E V C•
A great insight on the classical sociologists
by jhoan j a p•
lastima que tenga traducciones limitadas
by ABHIRAMI S L•
Awesome and the lectures are so clear.
by shadan s•
questions were fixed in every attempt
by Samuele B•
Interesting course, well laid-out.
by Chris M•
Amazing and passionate professor!
by biswajit b•
Its really helpful us
by Aniek M•
Interesting course :)
by Chinedu C U•
An insightful course
by Daniel V•
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by Hagar T•
Good teacher, good humour. However, as it's only an introduction, it doesn't go in-depth and that might be missing. The English subtitles are horrendous.
by Iskra K•
Course have nice subject, but somehow cannot take my full attention all the time. Missing more practical examples.
by M. P M L•
It seemed to me that it is a good introduction for someone totally new to the topic.
by Yahya S a a•
good, kinda wish there wa more elaboration on stuff but u know.
by Roberto G G•
Worst Certificate ever. It seems Amsterdam University is ashamed of it since it's the logo is so small. It should not be the most important thing here. The professor is incredibly good as much as the didactics, however, don't charge money for a certificate not really in the same level of other courses here. Otherwise, it is the second time that the name of the course comes in a stranger language, although I specifically told my choice. Coursera now seems not been able to curb its cookies enthusiasm.
by Gabriela B G•
The personal positions of the teacher are way too evident. His judgement on the different ideologies is permeated by his lack of analysis on the consequences of capitalism in the Global South.