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SOC213 Diversity in the United States

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Provides a sweeping sociological overview of diversity in the United States. Focuses on diversity characteristics such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age, and ability. Covers the array of experiences, cultural expressions and contributions that make up diversity in the US. Focuses on the development of skills needed to think critically about the causes and consequences of inequity in the US as well as creatively about initiatives that can address that inequity. Explores the central questions, schools of thought, and theoretical debates about diversity as well as the social contexts, historical events, institutional structures, and unequal relations of power that shape society. Introduces ways that institutional reform and collective behavior can lead to social change in relation to diversity and prepare the working professional with tools to practice cultural responsiveness in a diverse society. Prerequisite: (WR 115 and RD 115) or IRW 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement. Audit available. (See course content and outcomes.)

Credits: 4

List of classes for SOC213 Diversity in the United States
CRNClass typeLocationDays & timeDatesSeats availableFacultyMore info
43291OnlineNot applicableAvailable 24/7
From September 27 through December 13, 2022
Joshua D BassBooks for CRN 43291 $0
Class details for CRN 43291
and RemoteNot applicable
Tuesday
from 2 to 3:20pm

From September 27 through December 13, 2022
42605OnlineNot applicableAvailable 24/7
From September 26 through December 17, 2022
Aimee S KrouskopBooks for CRN 42605 $0
Class details for CRN 42605

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  • In-person: class takes place at specific times and locations. Attendance in person is required.
  • Online: class does not have meeting times. Regular online interaction is required and there are weekly assignments.
  • Remote: class takes place at specific times online. Students must be logged in during class meeting times.