Social Movements

Also Known As

WMS
414
Course Section Number
SOC
414

Description

(Also WMS 414) This course examines the nature of social protest and resistance to oppression and social injustice, the ways in which individuals have organized to challenge the limitations and boundaries imposed upon themin order to create the conditions necessary for a dignified life, and the consequences of social protest. Topics may include: revolutionary, human rights, civil rights, black power, labor, and women’s movements around the world.

Division

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Subject

Sociology

Academic Level

Undergraduate

Credits

1.00 c.u.

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