Soc 404: Sociology of Citizenship
This course is an examination of the social institutions and related
struggles aiming at guaranteeing dignity, identity, and rights for
different groups of people in the context of diverse political
communities. Citizenship can take different forms depending on the
groups of people waging struggles for dignity,
security, and belonging, the rights for which these groups fight, the
political communities in which these struggles take place, and the
outcomes of the struggles. It is recommended that students have
completed Soc 101 before this class, but not required.
- Lecture: Lecture for Soc 404
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