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Alexander Stoner

Sociology

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SOCI 301- Power & Society

Offered with civic engagement enhancement: Fall 2014

Students completed a Campus Engagement Reaction paper after attending the required lecture by Dr. Suzanne Mettler on inequality and higher education on Thursday, Sept 25th.   After engaging in an online discussion related to democracy and social change, students were assigned to a debate group and participated in the culminating project of an in-class debate held during final exam time.  The goal of the debate was for students to collectively identified primary barriers to democracy as well as potential solutions.  Students turned in an accompanying reaction paper prior to their participation in the debate, which allowed them to reflect upon democracy and social change.

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