Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course to other students because Dr. Danner does an excellent job of helping us learn and understand the ins and outs of social inequality, and how it impacts our everyday lives. We also focused on what factors contribute to the level of social inequality a person experiences throughout their lifetime.
The highlights of this course were coming to new realizations I did not have in the past. For example learning that poor people are most likely to die in a car crash than a wealthier person. The factors causing this are the fact that a poor person likely does not have a newer, safer car to protect them for the injuries sustained during a crash.
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Some advice I would give to students taking this course would be to make sure to pay attention to the class lectures, read the assigned readings, and participate in class discussions. If all these things are done the course will go by very smoothly.