Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Attend the classes and you will easily get an A. very educational context.
This course examines the distribution of power and wealth in society. As a social reality, inequality leaves no one untouched, whether or not we are conscious of it. This course traces the origins of social inequality and reflects on the various interpretations of social stratification. At the macro level, analysis examines how patterns of inequality are reproduced and altered over time. At the micro level, analysis considers how inequality shapes individual career choices and other experiences.
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Advice for students:
He doesn't teach anything from the textbook, however, the tests are taken entirely from the textbook - read it! He is funny and encapsulating, but going to class is effectively useless as he mainly teaches his opinions and statistics "confirming" them. They are nearly all massive generalizations about populations, but hey, that's sociology.