Wk3 D1 Consequesnces of Reform

Wk3 D1 Consequesnces of Reform - WK3 D1 Read the following...

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WK3 D1 Read the following chapters in Exploring Social Change : a. Chapter 7: Social Movements b. Chapter 8: American Reform Movements and Social Change c. Chapter 9: Revolutions Consequences of Reform Think about impacts of earlier reform movements on your life today. How is it different because of earlier labor, feminist, civil rights, environmental, and educational or political reform movements? Consider some movements that are not too old as well, such as movements to reform drunk-driving policies, to create an awareness of domestic violence as a problem, to provide access for handicapped persons, or to change laws to prevent discrimination against gay people. When you start thinking about them, you should be able to think of quite a few. You probably experience these movement consequences in a mixture of positive and negative ways. Discuss these consequences. Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Where do you think humanity begins?
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2012 for the course OMM 612 taught by Professor Rachanamisraraj during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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