SOCI 288: Introduction to Sociology II—Social Movements Report a Broken Link

Sociology 288: Introduction to Sociology II—Social Movements is a three-credit, junior-level course in introductory sociology. Together, Sociology 287 and Sociology 288 provide a full-year introduction to the study of sociology at the University level.

This course is designed to introduce you to the theoretical, methodological and substantive issues surrounding the investigation of social movements, and to examine common themes and issues in social movement research.

Unit 1


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Unit 2


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Unit 3


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Unit 4


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Unit 5


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