Environmental Sociology

Examines how society is organized in ways that either contribute to sustainability or hinder it.


A critical analysis of the interactions between society and the environment from an ecological perspective, focusing on processes of industrial and economic growth, natural resource development, community change and social impact assessment, environmental values and environmental movement, land use planning and resource management decision making, and comparative perspectives on human relation to and use of the natural environment.
Prerequisites: course SOC A101 Introduction to Sociology

Course details

Academic level(s)Bachelor, Master
CountryUnited States
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionUniversity of Alaska Anchorage
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ECTS credits6.0
Field schoolNo
Fields of studySociology and cultural studies
Teaching place
Teaching termAutumn
Tagssustainabilitysociology
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