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RACE AND ETHNICITY

General ElectiveSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
A sociological exploration of race and ethnicity in contemporary society. Course may include, but is not limited to, a survey of theories, problems, nature, and the dynamics of racism - power and inequality; prejudice and discrimination; racial and ethnic identity; stratification; segregation; and patterns of racial/ethnic relations. Topics are examined conceptually and historically, using data from scientific, philosophical, sociopolitical, legal and cultural sources.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Total: 50

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Class & Syllabi Listing

 Item #  Year Quarter  Instructor Syllabus Additional Files
7928 Spring 2020 Suh, Daniel
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