SOCI 216 – Sociology of Minorities

This course examines the inter-relationship between race, class, gender and ethnicity and how these structures have shaped the experience of all people in America. A sociological and historical perspective is applied to analyze how a social configuration characterized by cultural diversity affects the individual consciousness, group interaction and group access to institutional power and privileges. SOCI 101 is recommended, but not required. NOTE: This course is only offered in the Spring Term.

Credits: 3

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