SO 285 - (UC) Protest and Change (WS 285)
 
(3 cr.) This class presents in-depth explorations of American social movements with an emphasis on understanding the underlying societal factors that influence the emergence of each. The socioeconomic and cultural identities of those involved and the ways in which strategies, tactics, and outcomes are shaped also are addressed. Discussions cover, but are not limited to, the labor, civil rights, women's rights, gay rights, anti-war and environmental movements. Prerequisite: SO 101; Every Other Year
 
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