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Fall Special Courses

LSJ 300 Social Change I: Social Movements

This course is the first in a two-course series on social change. Historical and contemporary social movements are used to illustrate and critically evaluate a range of sociological theories on collective behavior and social movements. Students study the development, maintenance and consequences of social movements. Examples of social movements used in the course include: The Coal Miners' Movement, Stonewall, Farmworkers Movement and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers.
Prerequisites: Blouin Leaders, LSJ 200 and LSJ 250.