Protest and Social Movements
Credit Hours:
3

The main approaches to social movement studies; collective behavior and resource mobilization theories, political process theory, new social movement theory, collective action framing and culture, and contentious politics. Discussion of how emotions, organizations, resources, politics, discourses, and symbols facilitate and/or hinder protests and social movements.
Course will not be offered on a regular basis. 

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