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SOC263- SOCIAL INEQUALITY WEEK1

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC263H5
Professor
Anna Korteweg
Semester
Fall

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September 12,2013 (THURSDAY) TODAY:  Brief overview of main themes of course  Review syllabus (IN BLACKBOARD)  To do next week SOCIAL INEQUALITY  • “relatively long­lasting differences among individuals or  groups of people that have implications for individual  lives, especially “for rights or opportunities they  (people) exercise and the rewards and privileges  they enjoy’” (7. Grabb. 2007, 1)  inequality of individuals tied to the social groups tied to the rights and  opportunities.  IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL LIVES Ie. Higher suicide rates from LGBTQ teenagers = because of continuous  discrimination from “society” = SEXUALITY as A SITE OF INEQUALITY Canadian women in the parliament = 25% and Canadian women in Canada  =
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