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Open to degree and CDE students cross listed with SOC 019 total combined enrollment = 174
The main purpose of this course is to introduce students to the sociological analysis of race and ethnic relations. We will examine patterns of ethnic/racial relations and apply these patterns to ethnic/racial groups within the United States. Once we have investigated race relations in the U.S., we will then turn to examining cases outside the U.S. as a basis for comparison. The basic outline of the course is: I. Perspectives on Race and Ethnic Relations II. Major Race and Ethnic Groups in the United States Today III. Comparative Perspectives: South Africa and Brazil
3 exams, weekly race journals If remote: 2 exams, regular quizzes, weekly race journals
Williams Hall 301 (View Campus Map)
to on Tuesday and Thursday
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