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P.AD – Social Change This course examines social change in the U.S. and abroad. The course also examines the role of business, nonprofit organizations, and the public sector in addressing social problems. Topics studied may include the Civil Rights Movement, environmental issues, education reform, and health policy. The goals of the course are 1) to expose students to social change, social movements, and contemporary social problems; 2) to understand the role of businesses, nonprofit organizations, and the public sector in addressing social problems; 3) to understand institutional structures and contemporary issues related to social change; and 4) to improve student research, writing, and critical thinking skills. Course Goals & Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will know/understand:Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:How the student will be assessed on these learning outcomesDifferent sociological perspectives and economic reasoning behind social change movementsDiscuss social factors and the component types of “market failure”Periodic in-class quizzesIntersections between sectors, including public-private partnerships and regulatory intervention by governmentsIdentify an initial definition of various “wicked problems” and the goals and interests of network participantsParticipation in in-class case studies, including role plays, strategy design, and quick presentationThe meaning and process of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and social entrepreneurshipCharacterize authentic as well as false engagement of sustainability definitions and conceptsShort papers to highlight problems and responses related to CSR and other social change effortsA leadership perspective on advancing social change in programs and organizations of all kindsDevelop basic research on leaders and their organizations that target social problemsFinal paper with a brief presentation, intended…