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2023 Fall Term

3 Units [DV, GE, HC]

UW Extended Campus Online SC222

Race and ethnicity as axes of stratification, identity, and experience are addressed in the multiple and intersecting ways they shape society, individual life-chances, and daily social interactions. Study meanings and values social actors have attached to the "socially-constructed" nature of the concepts of race and ethnicity and ways the social constructions help to rationalize and justify social inequality. Analyze the significance of race and ethnicity in a variety of institutional and interpersonal contexts, including labor force, the media, culture, and the criminal justice system. The future of race and ethnicity; evaluating solutions to social inequality and strategies for social change.

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
01-LEC 3062
3 Units [DV, GE, HC]
09/05 - 12/15 (1)
Elizabeth Jozwiak
This course continues through the UW-Whitewater semester ending. The end date of this class is 12/15/2023

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