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Community Based Praxis

A course designed to put sociology into practice for a community, organization, or movement. A praxis course is distinguished by genuine collaboration with community partners and by a process of reflection that incorporates lessons learned in the classroom and application of theoretical understandings to work for social change. Must be arranged at least one block in advance. May be taken as a block course(s) for 1 unit, as a year long course for 1 unit, or as a half block or semester long course for .5 unit.

Prerequisite: Sociology 228 and Sociology 229.

1 unit — Murphy-Geiss


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2022 Block H Community Based Praxis Gail Murphy-Geiss TBA 25 / 17 11/26/2021
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