EXCP 4315: Nonviolent Movements

Course Department
Credits 3
Course ID
009393
Explores the history and dynamics of nonviolent movements. Presents the categories of specific methods of nonviolent action and some of the key theories that inform civil resistance strategies and campaigns. Addresses the themes of protest or persuasion, noncooperation, and intervention.
Requisites
EXCP Course Prerequisites: Social Innovation and Human Service major, prior completion of AAS Degree in Pragmatic Studies.
Semester Offered