Dec 07, 2021  
University Catalog 2021-2022 
  
University Catalog 2021-2022
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ADS-3661: Temperance and Abstinence Movements in America

This course exposes students to the history of the abstinence/temperance movements in the U.S. from 1776 to 1940. Through lecture, hands-on activities, documentary film excerpts, and assigned readings, this one-day workshop equips students with the tools to identify, articulate, and analyze the theories, concepts, movements,and interventions that established the foundational framework for abstinence as a model for recovery from addiction to substances. The course also explores the historical context of these movements and the sociopolitical ramifications resulting from the practice of these modalities.
Min. Credits: 1.0
Credit Basis: Quarter credit
Location(s): Antioch Univ Los Angeles
Method(s): Workshop
Faculty Consent Required: N
Program Approval Required: N
Course Type Liberal Arts, Science & Social Science



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