SOC 340 - Environmental SociologyAnalysis of household, workplace, local and global environmental issues with emphasis on the interplay of cultural, social, political and economic factors in the development of and response to environmental problems. Topics covered include the effects of toxic substances on ecosystems, human health and safety risks, consumption patterns and their relation to environmental problems, government regulation, conflicts between science and politics in the assessment of workplace and environmental risks, social stratification and environmental risks, citizen activism and social movements around environmental issues. Category A. Prerequisite: SOC 100 or 150 or ANT 102. (3 cr. hr.)
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