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Social Identity and Citizenship
Despite the historical expansion of formal citizenship to previously excluded groups, several groups have found that social inequality, marginalization and exclusion have limited national belonging, rights and political participation. This course explores these various experiences thorough a theoretical focus on class, gender, race, immigrant, sexual, differently-abled, and Indigenous identities.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
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- Accounting and Finance Professionally-Related Table I
- Arts and Contemporary Studies Professionally-Related Table II
- Business Management Professionally-Related Table I
- Criminology Professionally-Related Table IV
- Criminology and Politics and Governance Professional Table II
- History Politics and Governance Professional Table II
- History Professionally Related - Table IV
- Language and Intercultural Relations Professionally-Related Table IV
- Minor in Politics
- Open Elective Table
- POG 313 - The Politics of Race and Ethnicity
- Philosophy Professionally-Related Table IV
- Politics and Governance
- Politics and Governance_Sociology Double Major Professional Table II
- Social Work Professionally-Related Table II