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350: Social Movements, Protests, and Conflicts

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A sociological investigation of the causes and consequences of social movements. The course will examine both historical and contemporary social movements in the United States and elsewhere to understand the underlying social, economic, political, and demographic factors that cause their emergence and that influence their evolution. Movements as diverse as the Civil Rights movement and the White Supremacy movement will be examined.
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Section 00 - Traditional Day

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    Course earns 1.00 units with a Maximum Enrollment of 15
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  • Schedule:
    MW, 12:30 PM-1:45 PM
  • Instructor:
    Sheena Sood