SOC 763 - Environmental Sociology

Description
This is a survey course in environmental sociology. We begin with a discussion of the emergence and development of environmental sociology, followed by an overview of theoretical perspectives in the field. We then conduct a survey of topics that have typically been addressed in the area. These topics include: environmental concern and values, environmental health, environmental inequality, environmental movements, technological disasters, and global environmental issues. Throughout the course we survey theoretical concerns as they relate to various topics within the field. Prerequisite: Graduate standing
Credits
3
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Spring 2019
Offered
Tu
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1