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  Teaching Climate Change in Introduction to Sociology Classes (Archived)

November 14, 2019
3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Andrew Szasz, University of California-Santa Cruz

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Introduction to Sociology courses are one of the most promising academic sites where American undergraduates could begin to learn about climate change, its causes, its likely societal and ecological impacts, how the public and how political systems have dealt (or have failed to deal) with the threat. Showing students how sociological analysis can deepen understanding of climate change demonstrates to them the relevance and the power of sociological thought, and helps them better understand one of the defining issues of our time. In this webinar, Professor Andrew Szasz will introduce a teaching module that he and a group of climate scientists created for professors and instructors who may wish to add climate change content to their Intro to Sociology courses.

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