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2019 FallSOC 317 Section 01, 3 units

Social Movements

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This course will provide an overview of key theoretical concepts in the study of social movements, including framing, resource mobilization, political opportunity structure, strategy and tactics, coalitions, collective identity and emotions, and transnational movements.  Students will apply these concepts to case studies of social movements: historical and modern, conservative and progressive, in both the United States and elsewhere in the world.(Prereq: GE Areas A1 and A2 and A3 and B4 with a C- or better)

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  • Upper Division Area D ~ Social Sciences

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