This guide was created for students in Professor Roz Fisher's Inequality in America (SYO 4530) class. This course introduces students to issues of social inequality, and explores how socially constructed notions of gender, race, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, and class help shape the reality of our lives. It focuses on social processes in the United States that are at work in the construction of difference. This course gives students the theoretical background to understand and explore the social construction of “otherness” and the social systems that maintain inequalities. It exposes students to diverse norms, values, legal and economic systems, and histories - all of which are essential to understanding our world.
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