DL_AM_Course_Introduction_Fall2012

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along
the
lines
of
 race/ethnicity,
class
and
gender
(with
some
attention
also
paid
to
sexuality
and
 disabilities).
 
 Traditionally
these
social
dimensions
were
treated
separately
by
social
 scientists.
 
 Since
the
1980s,
attention
has
increasingly
been
paid
to
the
ways
in
which
they
 interact
with
one
another.
This
is
what
Andersen
and
Collins
(A&C)
refer
to
as
a
 “matrix
of
domination.”
We
will
be
focusing
specifically
on
these
interaction
 dynamics.
 
 This
is
a
sociolog...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2012 for the course SOCI 2319 taught by Professor Deborahziegler during the Spring '12 term at Austin Community College.

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