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Sociology of Inequities

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Explanations for social inequalities are considered along with current research on class, status, power and social mobility. Both national and international patterns of wealth and poverty are inspected to explain “who gets what and why.” Inequalities of households, of population groups and of nations as they participate on the global stage receive specific treatment. Prerequisites: at least 6 credit hours in SOC.

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