1Spring 2007Intergroup Dialogue on Race/Ethnicity- 4 unit courses- Small class sizes (12-14 students)- Facilitated conversations on race/ethnicity, and other social identities- Fulfills some G.E. requirementsWhat is Intergroup Dialogue?Intergroup dialogue brings together students from two or more social identity groups in a small group, cooperative environment which creates a powerful setting for learning and personal growth. These social identity groups are usually characterized by historical and structural inequalities and conflicts and are often defined in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and social class.Applicants who do not get into the class will have the opportunity to take a survey and receive compensation.Apply Now!www.sohr.ucsd.eduPart of a Multi-university research project•Reminder: no discussion sections today (Friday, Feb 23)•Exams returned in discussion section week of Feb 26 – March 2Chapter 14: Labor Markets, Poverty, and Income DistributionA.Demand for laborJoe’s Muffler ShopInputs:• building• tools• utilities• laborOutput:•number of mufflers replaced•Joe’s shop nets: $100 for each muffler replaced•Question: take building, tools, and utilities fixed, vary labor938251Output (mufflers per day)Number of workers
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