SOC 376: Social Movements/Collective Behavior

Discipline: Sociology

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisite: SOC 101 and junior standing. In this course we examine conceptually distinct theoretical models of this especially dynamic area of society. The emergence and development of such forms of behavior as crowds, mobs, riots, strikes, including revolutions, protests, fads, fashions, rumors, panics, crazes, and organized social movements are studied. Together these model relations at the inter-group level of analysis. (Offered every even-year spring semester.)(3)

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