Course Details
SOCI 212 A   Power, Racism and Privilege Back to Results  

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EnrollmentGeneral252326
Total252326

InstructorLevine, Rhonda F.
MeetsTR 120-235, ALUMNI 208
RestrictionsNo 2016 2015
DistributionSocial Science Requirement
Core AreaNone
Count TowardsALS1/African American Studies

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The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with theoretical and historical perspectives of racial inequality and other ethnic and minority group relationships. The course primarily examines the relationship between racism and the socio-economic and political development of the United States. Course readings, lectures, and discussions are intended to aid students in gaining a clear understanding of the role race and ethnicity have played in shaping contemporary US society as well as the larger social world we live in and to therefore contribute to each student’s self-understanding and to a better understanding of others whose racial-cultural backgrounds are different. Senior students are generally not admitted, except with permission of instructor. (Formerly SOAN 212.)