Collective Behavior
Credit Hours:
3

Examination of sociological theories and research about non-routine collective behavior such as panics, riots, crazes, cults, fashions, fads, legends, rumors, protests, disasters, and social movements. It examines the role of resources, emotions, identities, social networks, and technology in shaping non-institutionalized collective action.

Course will not be offered on a regular basis.

Prerequisites:
SOCI 1101
or SOCI 1101H
or SOCI 2600
or PSYC 1101
or permission of department.
Level:
Undergraduate