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SOCY 2601 (JNET) Race and Ethnicity: Home

Prof. Marsh OER Winter Intersession 2021

Course Overview for SOCY 2601 - JNET Race and Ethnicity (Winter Intersession 2021)

Sociological approaches to the study of racial and ethnic relations. Historical and contemporary constructions of identity, assimilation, stratification, and interaction between groups.

Online Class Meeting Day and Time:

  • Class will be held asynchronously via Blackboard. 
  • That is, the student will access readings and other materials via Blackboard at a time that is convenient for the student.

Professor and course info

Professor: Lisa C. Marsh

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