06 Dec Understanding Immigration & Migrations
Understanding Immigration & Migrations
General Board of Higher Education and Ministry
Completion Time: March 12, 14, 19, 21 (1 hour session per day, from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time)
Instructor(s): Hea Young Park
Contact Info: Clergy Lifelong Learning
This class reviews and critiques some of the sociological studies on minorities in America to better understand how historical, political, and social contexts shape the lives of minorities in American society.
This course depends on students' participation for its vitality in discussion. Students will be expected to attend online class regularly. Therefore, students must come to online class having read assigned materials.
Required Materials: Vincent N. Parrillo, Strangers to these Shores, 11th edition
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