Environmental Sociology

This course examines the political and institutional conditions that produce and organize environmental degradation and disruption, give shape to patterns of environmental inequality, and foment conflict. It concludes by examinating the conditions and strategic actions that improve the chances for positive environmental outcomes and ecological sustainabiliy. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Social Inequality requirement. Meets the Critical Learning: SHB requirement. Meets the Equity and Power: EPUS requirement.

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: SHB, Critical Perspectives: S, Equity and Power: EPUS

1 unit — Roberts


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Summer 2023 Block C Environmental Sociology Wade Roberts See Prof. 003 25 / 2 06/02/2023
Spring 2024 Block 6 Environmental Sociology Wade Roberts TBA 25 / 25 06/02/2023
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