|Module Title||PEOPLE AND PROTEST IN MODERN WALES|
|Co-ordinator||Professor Aled Jones|
|Other staff||Dr Paul O'Leary|
|Co-Requisite||WH10120 Joint Honours students in Welsh History must also take WH10120.|
|Course delivery||Lecture||18 Hours|
|Seminars / Tutorials||6 Hours|
|Essay||2 Hours Assessed mark based on two essays x 2,500 words||40%|
This module will examine social movements, and locate them in their changing social contexts. Beginning with pre and early industrial forms of popular custom and protest, the module will study in turn the growth and decline of Chartism, crime and law-keeping, radical nonconformity, liberalism and movements of social and moral reform, trade unionism and socialism. This general conspectus will enable students to address questions of social change, political ideology and national identity, and will provide a starting point for the study of modern Wales in level three.