soc315 | undergraduate
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Prejudice, Stereotypes, Discrimination, and Privilege
- Describe how behavioral and thinking patterns apply to diversity issues.
- Explain how the concept of culture is used to construct group identity.
- Analyze the social concept of race.
Immigration, Assimilation, Pluralism, and Multiculturalism
- Describe U.S. immigration policies within an historical framework.
- Summarize the benefits and consequences of immigrant labor for the U.S economy.
- Analyze strategies for inclusion in the workplace.
Legal Framework of Diversity
- Outline the U.S. legal framework related to diversity in the workplace.
- Explain ethics and legal communication and marketing.
- Analyze management strategies to ensure compliance in the multicultural workplace.
The Global Comparative Perspective on Diversity
- Manage organizational change and diversity.
- Analyze leadership, resource groups and social responsibility.
Understanding Workplace Perspectives of Diversity
- Recognize the dimensions of diversity.
- Differentiate the concept of inclusion from the concept of diversity.
- Describe diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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