By Sierra Harden | Mar 18, 2016

SOC 201 C: Sociology and the Environment is open to all students in all majors. This course will explore a series of campus-local, state, national and global environmental problems through the lens of environmental activism and social movements.

In this class, students will:

  • Explore the historical and sociological dimensions of environmental social problems.
  • Be introduced to social movement theory from a sociological perspective.
  • Explore the outcomes of these movements on small to large scale environmental problems.

General Education Requirements: I&S
Credits: 5
Professor: Kara Dillard
Time Offered: Monday/ Wednesday 10:30-11:50 and a quiz section on Friday
SLN: 19137

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