Sociology in Action is a an upper division course about applied and public sociology. Each semester we use sociological theory and methods to address a current social issue or provide research for a nonprofit in our community. In the spring 2018 semester we examined food insecurity on our campus. This study utilizes surveys, interviews, and…
This Fall 2017 the students in Social Movements (SOC 425) made Zines about some of the topics they are interested in. Check out their projects!
Students in Animals and Society have designed and created content for this website addressing issues about nonhuman animals.
Students brainstormed a list of qualities that might only belong to humans, then spent the week researching if any nonhuman animals had these qualities also. Here is the list of the qualities we thought of and what we learned.
Zines were an important medium for spreading social movement ideas throughout the 70’s, 80’s. and 90’s. Students conducted research on a social movement or social movement campaign of their choice and wrote a zine from the perspective of that movement. Take a peek and learn!