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Lesson Plan

Publication Date

Spring 2019


This course is an introduction to the nature, causes and consequences of social inequality, both in the U.S. and worldwide. Inequality of economics, gender, sexual orientation, race and class are examined. The course also includes definitions, concepts, sociological theories and economic systems pertaining to diversity and inequality. Prerequisite(s): SOC 11 [intro to sociology] or permission of department.

This course has been designated as an OER / ZERO TEXBOOK [ZTC] COURSE: students are not required to purchase the textbook. We will make use of other resources in addition to our real life experiences and observations to engage in class discussions.

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