2017-18 Catalog

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+SOC 225 Cr.3

This course offers a critical examination of the social dynamics shaping race and ethnicity in the United States. Students will examine both historic and contemporary issues related to race and ethnicity including the social construction of race, sources of prejudice, institutional and individual-level discrimination, power relations and stratification, and strategies for addressing racial and ethnic inequality. Emphasis is placed on the use of empirical evidence to evaluate popular beliefs about race and ethnicity in the United States. Offered Annually.

General Education Program


...and lives. Prerequisite: junior standing. Offered Spring. +SOC 225 Cr.3 Racial and Ethnic Minorities...

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