DSOC 2201

DSOC 2201

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2018-2019.

The actions of people are crucial to environmental well-being. This course addresses the interrelationships between social phenomena and the natural (i.e., biophysical) environment. It is intended to (1) increase student awareness of these interconnections in their everyday lives; (2) introduce students to a variety of social science perspectives, including sociology, economics, psychology, and political science, that help us make sense of these connections; (3) identify the contributions of each of these perspectives to our understanding of environmental problems; and (4) discuss how natural resource management and environmental policy reflect these perspectives.

When Offered Spring.

Distribution Category (SBA-AG)

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: 1 available
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one lecture and one discussion. Combined with: BSOC 2201NTRES 2201

  • 3 Credits Graded

  •  1597DSOC 2201  LEC 001

  •  3076DSOC 2201  DIS 201

  •  3077DSOC 2201  DIS 202

  •  3078DSOC 2201  DIS 203

  •  3079DSOC 2201  DIS 204

  •  3103DSOC 2201  DIS 205

  •  3104DSOC 2201  DIS 206

  •  3346DSOC 2201  DIS 207

  •  3349DSOC 2201  DIS 208

  •  3475DSOC 2201  DIS 209

  •  3476DSOC 2201  DIS 210

  • 18249DSOC 2201  DIS 211

  • 18250DSOC 2201  DIS 212