SOCI 2620 Sociology of the Environment (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students engage in the study of environmental sociology at an introductory level, which provides insights into social processes that impact the natural environment. Students examine the social roots of the environmental crisis. Topics include a review of the history of environmental thought within the field, key debates, the role of social institutions, environmental social movements, and a range of case studies.
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