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Sociology 24 - Introduction to Social Inequality

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2014

In this course, we will identify the basic contours of the structure of social inequality in the United States through engagement with original, classic sociological research on class, race, and gender.  Through our reading and active participation in lectures, we will develop answers to the central question that motivates much sociological inquiry into inequality: Who gets what, and why?

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Sociology 128 - Methods of Social Science Research

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2013

Reviews sociological methods and the questions to which each is best suited. Readings exemplify statistical, ethnographic, and historical approaches. Stresses logic and reasoning, not particular statistical methods.