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Power and Change in Canada

Prof. Cynthia Levine-Rasky
Queen’s University

This course examines power in Canada as the foundation of social problems, and change as general movement toward solving those problems. Issues qualify as social problems when they are perceived to originate in a social context rather than in the individual, when they are defined as a problem by a “critical mass” of society, when there is potential for problems to be corrected or controlled, and when they exert a negative impact on society.

To access the full syllabus, visit the PDF version of the Power and Change in Canada syllabus.

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