Examination of structured social inequality in contemporary American society with special attention to the distribution of wealth and its relationship to power, prestige, and opportunity. Prerequisite: Three hours of Sociology.

Subject

SOC

Course Number

132

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Edward Walker Fall 2008 91261
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Daniel Krymkowski Spring 2007 11071
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc H. McCann Spring 2004 12096
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Stephen Berkowitz Fall 2000 91796
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Stephen Berkowitz Fall 1999 91566
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Kimberly Barton Spring 1999 11414
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc H. McCann Spring 1997 10493
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Daniel Krymkowski Spring 1996 10866
SOC 132 Z1 Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Daniel Krymkowski Spring 1996 10122
SOC 132 A Affluence & Poverty in Mod Soc Stephen Berkowitz Fall 1995 90282

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