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Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14

SOC 351 Addressing Injustice: Qualitative Research Methods

This upper-division seminar examines how others have addressed social injustice through activism and advocacy. The most effective social action is based on a foundation of research. Qualitative techniques are particularly suited to supporting social change because these tools often provide us with an understanding of the structural dynamics that generate social injustice. Students will examine one social entrepreneurship effort. Prerequisite: SOC 131 or SOC 203. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: ETH, SS-2, DSINQ. (3)

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