Credits: 3Catalog #20809268
Investigates American conceptual frameworks used in understanding what makes for a "good society," with emphasis on the dominant individualistic tradition and its "multicultural" competitor. Drawing upon social scientific and philosophical constructs, discussions demonstrate how public issues manifest deeper cultural divisions over "social justice." The development of a theory of justice provides the basis for a normative or ethical understanding of society and its institutions.
Enrollment Requirements: Prereq: Test Scores: COMPASS Read 80 or higher, COMPASS Writing 69 or higher, COMPASS E-Write 6-8; or Coll Read Strat, 10-808-101 and Intro to Coll Writing, 10-831-103; or English 1, 20-801-201. (Recommend/not required Intro Logic/Crit Think, 20809264)
last updated: 04:01:58 AM Jun 19 2013
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Downtown Education Center
Class #33418 Fall 2013-2014 Aug 26 2013 -
Dec 11 2013 11:30 AM-12:45 PM
M W Lopez,Jason K In Person $527.05Seats Available: 30
Last Date to Enroll: Sep 1 2013
Class #33417 Fall 2013-2014 Aug 27 2013 -
Dec 12 2013 2:30 PM-3:45 PM
T R Trumbull,Peter B In Person $527.05Seats Available: 33
Last Date to Enroll: Sep 2 2013