Wealth, Power & Status: Inequality in Society

PREREQUISITE: V93.0001, V93.0002, OR V93.0003 RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED. SAME AS V97.0137

Prerequisite: Introduction to Sociology (V93.0001) recommended but not required. Chibber, Conley, Guthrie, Heyns, Jackson, Manza, Persell, Torche. Offered every year. 4 points. Sociological overview of the causes and consequences of social inequality. Topics include the concepts, theories, and measures of inequality; race, gender, and other caste systems; social mobility and social change; institutional supports for stratification, including family, schooling, and work; political power and the role of elites; and comparative patterns of inequality, including capitalist, socialist, and postsocialist societies.

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Instructor

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Fall 2021

1
Michael Hout
TR: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM 194M 304
1
Adam Braffman
TR: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM 194M 304