Minor in Law, Justice and Society - Social Problems and Social Policy SOSA 3031   Social Problems and Social Policy
This course focuses on the nature of social problems and social policy in advanced industrial societies. It adopts a social movement perspective, exploring the processes whereby agitation on behalf of undesirable but remedial social conditions leads to changes in social policy. Among the areas treated in depth are crime prevention, the quality of work life, race relations, deviance, and poverty and inequality.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: One SOSA 1000 level course or FYP