SOC 230/POLS 230 - Activism & Movements

Credit Hours: 3

This course introduces students to the elements involved in political activism, social movements, interest groups, party activity, and institutional transformation. The course will explore political activism and methods of political activity historically through various eras of American history. The course will engage specific social movements within each era, examining the underlying causes for their collective action in light of concepts such as power, organization, justice, and the common good.


SOC 101 or POLS 101; ENGL 101