SOCI 6700 Social Movements, Protest and Change 3/0/3
Prerequisite: Graduate-level standing or consent of Instructor
The history of social change from the classical perspective to contemporary theories. Collective behavior and social movement theory will be explored. Attention will be given to who participates in movements, movement strategies and tactics, and movement outcomes. Several movements from American History will be explored including the civil rights movement, the women's movement, the worker's movement, the gay and lesbian movement, and the environmental movement.