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SOC-322 Cultural Diversity in the United States

Cultural Diversity in the United States investigates and explains the cultural, racial, and ethnic diversities in the United States through the lens of sociological investigation. Using fundamental tools of sociological inquiry and cultural learning, students engage in a sociohistorical discovery of various waves of immigration, amalgamation, and assimilation to the United States. Political and policy initiatives that have affected diversity movements and the development of civil society in the United States are also examined.

Advisory: This is an upper-level course. Students should have knowledge equivalent to an introductory sociology course.

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Credits: 3

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