SOC 180A-01 Cities & Gentrification

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201909 – Fall 2019
SOC 180A
10700
Full Term
01
Main
3
(None Assigned)
Active
(None Assigned)
Yes
Lecture
Student Choice

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Course Attributes

Instructor

Staff – Primary – 100%

Schedule

Pattern Type Room Dates
MW 11am-12:15pm Lecture (Class) MooreNatural Sciences Building 212 Using Session Dates

Enrollment 8 current, 0 prior

25
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This course is a study of social construction of the city
focused primarily on the US context. The course will
examine the political, economic and social development of
modern cities from the industrial revolution to the various
factors that have led to the unprecedented growth many
cities are experiencing today. In the process, the course
will consider the distinct experience of what Louis Wirth
calls Urbanism as a Way of Life. Finally, the course will
consider persistent and evolving forms of inequality
such as race and class and their relationship to spatial
issues such as suburbanization, "revitalization" and
gentrification.

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