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Fall 2022 Sociology BC3219 section 001
RACE, ETHNICITY & SOCIETY
|Day & Time
To be announced
|Course Description||Examines the social construction of race and ethnicity in the United States from colonial period to present. Analyzes how capitalist interests, class differences, gender, immigration, and who “deserves” the full rights and privileges of citizenship, shape boundaries between and within racial and ethnic groups. Also considers how racism affects resource access inequities between racial groups in education, criminal justice, media, and other domains. Explores factors underpinning major social change with an eye toward discerning social conditions necessary to create and sustain just social systems.|
|Enrollment||36 students (45 max) as of 8:04AM Sunday, August 7, 2022|
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