SOC 446 - Contemporary Social Movements

This course engages students in the study of social movements and political contention occuring in the modern era. The course focuses on the architecture of movement emergence, growth, and decline, from political opportunities and collective action frames to mobilizing resources and developing tactics. Throughout, students will examine competing ideologies and interactions between movements and political institutions.


Credit hours: 3.0

Co-Requisites:
Eligibility:
Last updated: 05/28/2019