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Diversity and American Public Policy

Description:
This course offers a survey of key public policy issues related to diversity and American public policy. It investigates theoretical perspectives on the role of group bases analysis for understanding public policy as well as specific public policy domains. Policy issues most relevant to race and ethnicity, social class, and gender and sexual orientation are systematically explored as well as a policy issue that works at the intersection of these group cleavages. The course provides the foundation from which to analytically engage the major policy issues of the day as they relate to diversity in the United States.

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