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Practical Approaches to Social Problems

Examination of various means of addressing current social problems, both in the United States and globally, including, but not limited to: advocacy, non-violent direct action, legislative reform, economic development, charitable giving, and community organizing. The issues studied include refugee resettlement, welfare, human rights, civil rights, torture, substance abuse, globalization, and hunger, as well as those chosen by class participants. The course is taught utilizing academic texts, popular media, guest speakers, field trips, and lecture and discussion. The class will conclude with a comparative research paper and student presentations.

Course Number

SOCI 150 B1

Instructor

Wickersham, Carol

Credits

1.00

Course Format

online

Course Format Description

Several synchronous meetings each week. 

Time Slot

Mid Afternoon

Module

1

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