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|POLS 161 - Multiculturalism and Equality|
This course introduces key theories and concepts related to managing diversity in democratic states, such as social identities, multiculturalism, liberalism, crosscutting cleavages, and consociationalism. Students critique and analyze different models of states' attempts to recognize and represent various groups while protecting equality and human rights. Among other issues, states' attempts to reconcile contending appeals for cultural group rights and gender equality are analyzed.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
GFWI, Politics-Identity-Diversity, Politics-Law and Justice, Women's and Gender Studies
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