Transformation to law and society from a theoretical perspective will be discussed and evaluated. The course will address a range of topics including the political movements of the 1960's Indigenous Canadian cultural and land protests and the Women's Rights Movement. Selected topics may also include environmental issues gay and lesbian issues and global justice issues. How participants become involved in social movements and to what degree will be examined. Students will use critical thinking and analytical skills to assess the role of social movements in contemporary society by examining goals methods of protest and results.