RACE AND ETHNICITY
2023 Fall Term
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|
3 Units [DV, GE, HC]
|09/05 - 12/15 (1)||
|This course continues through the UW-Whitewater semester ending. The end date of this class is 12/15/2023|