SOC 302 - Global Inequalities and Social Justice (4)

This course explores the structures, cultures, and development of contemporary societies from a sociological, comparative, and global perspective. It examines the institutional arrangements and cultural patterns which underlie class, race and gender-based global inequalities within and between different societies, emphasizing case-studies from developing countries. Offered every Fall. Prerequisite: SOC - 150 and upper-division standing; or permission of instructor.