SOC*2080 Rural Sociology W (3-0) [0.50]
An introduction to the structure and processes of rural society. This course deals with diverse topics such as agrarian movements, the rise of the agro-industrial complex, the role of the state in agriculture, the question of community, and rural environmental issues. A comparative perspective is cultivated, although the primary emphasis is on Canadian society.
Prerequisite(s): 1 of ANTH*1150, IDEV*1000, GEOG*1220, SOC*1100
Department(s): Department of Sociology and Anthropology