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Contemporary Social History

Introduction

This course covers the historical and contemporary social movements and issues including the Industrial Revolution, Civil Rights Movement, Women's Liberation, LGBTQ+ Rights, Immigration, Social Inequality, Globalization, and Human Rights.

What you will learn

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical and contemporary social movements and issues, and develop critical thinking and analytical skills to assess the impact of these movements on society.

Course program

Industrial Revolution and the Working Class
Civil Rights Movement: Struggle for Racial Equality
Women's Liberation and Gender Equality
LGBTQ+ Rights and Social Movements
Immigration and the American Dream: Policy and People
Social Inequality and Marginalized Communities
The Impact of Globalization on Social Justice and Labor
Human Rights and Social Issues