LSJ310 Section E - 2014 Fall Term
LSJ310: Theories of Justice and Social Change (Justice and Equality) - 4 Hours
This course provides analysis of gender, race, class, and related inequalities in the context of political economy in the United States and explores general theories of social change, such as social evolutionism and historical materialism, and the relationship between social change and the pursuit of justice. The starting point is unjust social structures and processes, leading into analysis of how social change occurs, especially through social movements and the strategies for reducing these injustices.
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