Introduction to the sociology of social movements, including examination of central topics such as movement emergence and formation, mobilization and participation, and tactical repertoires, in conjunction with explorations of specific movements both in the past and the present. Prerequisites: SOC 001; SOC 090 or SOC 100 or SOC 101; minimum Junior standing.

Subject

SOC

Course Number

211

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Mary Burke Fall 2018 95187
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Mary Burke Spring 2017 14952
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Edward Walker Spring 2009 13586
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Edward Walker Fall 2007 92942
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Stephen Berkowitz Fall 2000 91836
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Eric Krieg Fall 1996 91846
SOC 211 Z1 Soc Movements&Collective Behav Eric Krieg Fall 1996 92478
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Eric Krieg Spring 1996 10890
SOC 211 A Soc Movements&Collective Behav Sarah Soule Spring 1995 15464