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(Cross-listed as PJS 135) Social circumstances under which organized efforts by powerless groups of people to affect history are attempted, motivations for such efforts, processes by which such efforts are implemented and controlled, and the impact such efforts have on society. Major sociological perspectives on social movements. Selected use of films to illustrate major themes.Recommendations: SOC 1 or 10 or other introductory-level social science course.

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