SociologySOCY 128C Social History of Democracy, Anarchism, and Indigenism

Provided an overview of socio-political theories and thoughts from Athenian Direct Democracy in 500 BC, to Classical Liberalism, Social Contract, Libertarian Socialism, Anarcho-Syndicalism, Neo-Liberalism, Anarcho-Primitism, and lastly Indigenism in relation to the revival of indigenous knowledge, theMother Earth law, and the restoration of the nature's rights as espoused by many governments in the Third World today.

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): SOCY 1, SOCY 10, or SOCY 15. Enrollment restricted to sophomore, junior, and senior sociology, critical race and ethnic studies, community studies, legal studies, Latin American/sociology combined, and GISES majors, proposed majors, and minors.

Credits

5

General Education Code

CC

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Hiroshi Fukurai

Also offered as

LGST 128C

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): SOCY 1, SOCY 10, or SOCY 15. Enrollment is restricted to sophomore, junior, and senior sociology, critical race and ethnic studies, community studies, legal studies, Latin American/sociology combined, and GISES majors, proposed majors, and minors.