ENGAGED CITIZENS/SOCIAL CHANGE

EDUC 201S

Introduction to key concepts, theories, and critiques of civic engagement and social change, with a focus on competing notions of democratic citizenship. Examination of voluntarism, philanthropy, community service, political participation, social activism and other forms of community engagement. Critical reflection on ethical issues related to community engagement and social change, including critiques of progressivism and service. Students will also be asked to apply these various approaches to pressing social issues of our time, such as income inequality, environmental justice, education reform and gender and race equality. Consent of instructor is required. Instructor: Mlyn

Day / Time: 

W 03:05 PM-05:35 PM

Location: 

West Duke 212

Instructor: 

Mlyn, Eric

Section: 

01