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    Skidmore College
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
Catalog 2017-2018 
  
Catalog 2017-2018
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IG 361 - Racial Identities: Theory and Praxis


Credits: 4
An integration of sociological theory and praxis in a seminar that prepares students to facilitate dialogues on race. What factors hinder meaningful discourse about race? What skills promote interracial communication? How can we learn to engage more effectively in dialogue about race, power, and privilege in the United States? Through readings in racial identity theory, reflective and analytic writing, and experiential practice of dialogic communication skills, students learn to facilitate dialogues on controversial race-related topics, such as affirmative action, immigration reform, and interracial relationships. 
Prerequisites: grade of B or better in SO 219  and permission of instructor.
Note(s): IG 361 is identical to SO 361 except that it is not taught by Sociology faculty.
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