SOCI 135. Social Movements and Nonviolent Power

(Cross-listed as PEAC 135 )
In this two-credit Honors seminar, we will study the global proliferation of the strategic use of nonviolent tactics and methods and investigate the power in social relations upon which collective nonviolent action capitalizes. We will also address sociological literature on the emergence, maintenance, and impact of social movements. For examples of the kinds of case studies covered in this seminar, visit
Social sciences.
2 credit.
Eligible for PEAC, GLBL-core
Fall 2022. Smithey.
Catalog chapter: Sociology and Anthropology  
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