A systematic and in-depth survey of selected social problems and inequalities from a sociological perspective, including what is known about the problem, recent trends, their causes and consequences, individual and societal responses to them, and possible remedies or policies that could address these issues. Issues to be examined may include issues in health care, dependencies, crime/violence, inequalities in race/class/gender/region/age, family, education, work, the economy, population migration/immigration, the environment, war and global insecurity. Prerequisites: None.
|33472||Online||-||August 22, 2022 - December 16, 2022||-||Lecture|
|Last full refund date||Student Last Date to Withdraw||Section no.||Class Fees|
|August 29, 2022||October 9, 2022||0001||-|