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Ethics, Civil Disobedience, and the Role of Protest for a Better World (10-12)
In this short course students will be introduced to the Social Contract Theory of Ethics and learn how protests are part of the forces which shape society for the better.
Camille DeBose, MA, MFA
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This course will move students beyond famous quotes and hashtags and offer them the tools to understand the role protest plays in refining the Social Contract. The Social Contract Theory is credited to Hobbes. After an introduction to Hobbes's ethical framework we'll look at contemporary movements like: Arab Spring Black Lives Matter (Ferguson) Standing Rock Amazon Watch Black Spring (George Floyd 2020) Each movement will be discussed within the context of Ethics. We'll discuss Civil...
I hold an MA in Sociology and have taught Sociology, Ethics, and Philosophy courses at the university level for over a decade.
Optional hyperdoc and discussion.
35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
In this course we will discuss protest as well as the injustices which cause uprisings. Justice is a moral notion. Uprisings are caused by conflict. Violence can be and is often a component of uprisings.
Camille DeBose, MA, MFAA sociologist who makes movies?
126 total reviews
185 completed classes
My courses are all about the media we love and the world we live in. Movies, TV, Video games, and our larger social world are my favorite things to wonder about. My courses explore Ethics, Social Science, Philosophy, and the way stories are...