AP/COMN3221 3.0 M: Communicating Social Movements

Offered by: COMN


Summer 2019






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Examines the literature on major developments in the history of Canadian social and protest movements, social entrepreneurialism, and pressure group behaviour. The larger historical questions of current movements' relationships to past patterns of protest are investigated, as is the question of how social justice agendas are managed by governments. To better situate this concern, the course examines major themes of technology, society, regulation and the political-cultural impact of social and protest movements. Course credit exclusion: AP/COMN 3220 6.00 (prior to Fall 2013).

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