SOCI 316

Social Movements

Units: 1.5

Hours: 3-0

A study of social movements in the making of modernity and its ongoing transformations. Exploration of how movements arise and are maintained, of why certain kinds of movements emerge in specific contexts, and of what impact they have upon socio-political relations and cultural discourses, both globally and locally. Specific social movements such as feminism, ecology, gay and lesbian liberation, Aboriginal activism, the peace movement, labour, socialism, and religious fundamentalism will be examined.

Undergraduate course in Sociology offered by the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Summer Fall Spring

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