AFS 352 - Race and Ethnic RelationsCourse Cross-listed with SOC 382
A social-historical analysis of the impact of race and ethnicity upon the distribution of power, opportunity and privilege in a social structure. Major theoretical perspectives on racial and ethnic prejudice and discrimination will be examined along with the diverse patterns of interracial and interethnic contact that develop in different societies. The course will also focus on the politics of minority status, studying the growth and development of social movements that have challenged the legitimacy of racial and ethnic stratification.
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