SOC 275 Social Inequalities

This class addresses the complexity and interactions of contemporary social inequality, as contemporary societies are stratified by a combination of social class, race/ethnicity, gender, and sexuality. Marginalized social groups construct moral systems to define dignity, a sense of worth, and social status. They display agency by challenging dominant regimes. Students will learn about social inequalities from a national and a global perspective, and explore how marginalized groups mobilize for rights and social equality.




SOC 116


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