California Polytechnic State University

Social Sciences Department

SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA


Soc 3l5 Race Relations  OFFICE: FOB l3A 
Spring 1998 PHONE: 756-2729 
Dr. Barbara Mori  OFFICE HOURS: MWF 10:00-11:00, R 11:00-12:00
W 8:00-9:00 (or by appt.) 

NO OFFICE HOURS DURING EXAM WEEK OR THE BREAK BETWEEN QUARTERS

SYLLABUS


SCHEDULE EXAMS GRADING: Message
Extra Credit TEXTS FILMS WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT 1

MAUS

WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT 2

WEB

GOALS: The purpose of this couse is to examine the impact of definitions of race and ethnicity on the lives of groups and individuals in different societies around the globe. Case studies illustrating the different patterns and situations that arise from the social construction of race and ethnic identity will form the basis of course lectures and readings.

This course will help students understand the situation facing people in different societies as they deal with issues of group identity. Click here for a reality check.

This course requires classroom participation.  Students will be expected to arrive on time for class, to answer questions and participate in discussion and to attend regularly.

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email me at: bmori@calpoly.edu

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