Social science theories and their application to environmental issues. Analysis of issues using theories of government, economics, and social movements. Emphasis on integrating frameworks to analyze environmental issues. Prerequisites: NR 002; concurrent enrollment in NR 103 required.
Richard Watts ()
Dates: May 19 - June 13, 2014; Prereq NR 002; Coreq NR 103; Minimum Sophomore Standing
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