SOC 201 - Social Inequality
This course presents theories and research on social stratification, emphasizing class relations, structural resources, and manifestation, and consequences of inequality. Topics to be explored include the intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality within and outside of the U.S. - including contemporary issues and trends placed within a historical context. The focus of this course in on U.S. society; however, we will examine the U.S. through a historical and global lens.
Note: This course is also available as an online course.
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