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Seminar In The Social Sciences Political Economy Of Inequality (LGS-330)

Semester: Fall 2024
Number: 0960-330-007
Instructor: Dong Wook Lee
Days: Monday Wednesday 10:00 am - 10:50 am
Note: Hybrid Online/In-Person Class
Location: Garden City - Hagedorn Hall of Enterprise 217
Credits: 3

For Levermore Global Scholar Students Only
Sophomore Standing Or Higher. Cross Listed With
0158-270-001; Mw Classes Are In Person & F Are

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The challenge of managing inequality from a policy perspective is not only a political concern but one that is fundamentally economic, sociological, and geographic in nature. Students in this course will engage with the extant literature on inequality to develop a deeper understating of the issue that causes the distributive conflicts of political and economic interests, often shaped by social and geographic representation.

Learning Goals:   Global Learning/Civic Engagement

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