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Sociology 3212 -Race and Ethnic Relations
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Gallagher, Charles. 2010. “Sociology 3212 -Race and Ethnic Relations”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This course examines the sociology of racial, ethnic and cultural groups in the United States.
Much of our focus will be on how these groups and inequality intersect. Why, for instance, are recent arrivals from certain parts of Asia (Laos and Cambodia) almost five times as likely as whites to live below the poverty line? Why are African Americans...

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Racial and Ethnic Relations
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College 300

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