RACE, CLASS AND GENDER

A description of major theories and concepts associated with social inequality (for example, prejudice and discrimination) and the consequences of the social construction of race/ethnicity, gender/sexuality and class in everyday life. The focus is on the historical and contemporary aspects of inequality in the United States and the links between race/ethnicity, gender/sexuality and class. Forms of resistance to social inequality are also considered including social movements aimed at social change. Prerequisite: SOC 101 with a minimum grade of "C."

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
SOC
Course Number: 
380
Academic Program(s): 
Sociology