SOCI473 - COMM ORGANIZ: HIST & THE

Power is the ability to create change. This course will integrate the history and theories of community organizing so that each student will be able to develop a transformational praxis. We will examine social inequality and intersectionality, and explore effective strategies in organizing for social change. This course is inter-disciplinary, involving political economy, sociology, history, social work and leadership theory. Inquiry-based and problem-posing methods will serve as the primary means of formative assessment.
Section 601 - SEM
T 0530PM-0830PM
BECKER, JAMES
MCNEIL BUILDING 103