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SOC211 Peace and Conflict Studies

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Explores causes and manifestations of conflict, peace, and resolution at various levels such as: the interpersonal, intergroup, nation state, or the global community. Introduces how value systems, social and political priorities, and frameworks such as power and domination, multiculturalism, democratic pluralism, human rights, or military intervention invest in eventual peace or conflict for global societies. Explores specific strategies at various levels for peacemaking intervention, such as personal tools for conflict resolution, intergroup communication, or the international relations and humanitarian endeavors of global organizations. Fosters skill building to evaluate projects and policy that endeavor to create foundations for peace and resolution of conflict. Includes contexts such as historical events, cultural expressions, environmental conditions, and how movements for social change and political liberation experience success. PS 211 and SOC 211 are equivalent and only one can be taken for credit. Prerequisite: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Audit available. (See course content and outcomes.)

Credits: 4

List of classes for SOC211 Peace and Conflict Studies
CRNClass typeLocationDays & timeDatesSeats availableFacultyMore info
42319OnlineNot applicableAvailable 24/7
From September 27 through December 13, 2022
George H ColeBooks for CRN 42319
Class details for CRN 42319
and RemoteNot applicable
Tuesday and Thursday
from 1 to 2:20pm

From September 27 through December 13, 2022

Class schedule definitions

Cost:
cost is based on the number of credits – see tuition and fees
Books:
$0 or <$40 means low cost books (doesn't include other supplies like calculators)
Register:
use the CRN to register in MyPCC – see how to register
Class types:
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  • In-person: class takes place at specific times and locations. Attendance in person is required.
  • Online: class does not have meeting times. Regular online interaction is required and there are weekly assignments.
  • Remote: class takes place at specific times online. Students must be logged in during class meeting times.