Social Class and Inequality

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The goal of this course is to introduce students to one central and dominant themes in sociology: inequality. In this course we deal with inequality that is socially structured and is a recurring feature in society.

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soc 203 course outline for fall 2014 2 Ryerson UniversitySociology 203Social Class and InequalityFall 2014The goal of this course is to introduce students to one central and dominant themes in sociology: inequality. In this course we deal with inequality that is socially structured and is a recurring feature in society. Structured inequality refers to the process by which groups or individuals with abundant social and economic resources can obtain greater access to societal privileges than individuals or groups lacking in these resources. In this course, we will deal with inequality as it relates to: social class, gender, race and ethnicity, age, education, the labour market, and health. Instructor: Dr. S. GuzzoOffice Location and Hours: TBAEmail: sguzzo@ryerson.caRequired Textbooks:Social Inequality in Canada, Patterns, Problems, and Policies, Fifth Edition, edited by Edwa

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