2021s1-apanth4340a-06

AP/ANTH4340 6.0 A: Advocacy and Social Movements

Offered by: ANTH


 Session

Summer 2021

 Term

S1

Format

SEMR

Instructor

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Examines how modern forms of communication have transformed the nature of advocacy and the social construction of knowledge in modern society. Specifically, it examines ways in which cultural norms are modified by the activities of social movements. Prerequisite: at least one 6 credit or two 3 credit anthropology courses at 2000 or 3000 level.


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