SOC373 : Class and Stratification

This course is designed to provide a survey of major sociological theories and research on inequality in modern societies, with emphasis on the contemporary United States. We will examine: the distribution of wealth, status, political power, and other valued resources; the structure and effects of class, race, gender, and other modes of social differentiation; social mobility; and the reproduction of inequality.

Prerequisites

SOC111 or 118.

Overview

Department

Credit Hour(s)

3

Semester Offered

Fall (odd)

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