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SOC 355 - Environmental Sociology


Description:
Socio-cultural foundations of our relationship with the natural environment. Relationship between environmental degradation and social, political, and economic structures. Beliefs and values about the environment and their expression in various forms of environmentalism and environmental movements. Presentation of environmental issues in cultural, political, and scientific domains. Available for graduate credit as SOC 555 .

Prerequisites:
SOC 101  or Instructor Consent

General Education Designation(s):
Bachelor: ER, SS
Associate: SER

Typically Offered on the Main Campus:
Fall Only

Typically Offered on the Branch Campuses:
Marshfield: Occasionally

3 cr.



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