Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An introductory examination of the shifting patterns, determinants, and consequences of social inequality, with an emphasis on the contributions of occupation, education, gender, ethnicity, income, region and power. The course also surveys key theories of class and stratification in contemporary societies and globally.
Note: Students are strongly encouraged but not required to take 100A and 100B before registering in this course.
Pre- or corequisites: 100A, 100B, or second-year standing with a GPA in the last session attended of at least 5.0
Undergraduate course in Sociology offered by the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Social Sciences.