Description: (Same as Labor Studies M165 and Sociology M165.) Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Limited to juniors/seniors. Exploration of relationship between race/ethnicity, employment, and U.S. labor movement. Analysis of underlying racial divisions in workforce and how they evolved historically. Consideration of circumstances under which workers and unions have excluded people of color from jobs and unions, as well as circumstances under which workers and unions have organized people of color into unions in efforts to improve their wages and working conditions. Impact of globalization on these dynamics. P/NP or letter grading.
Bruinwalk is an entirely Daily Bruin-run service brought to you for free. We hate
annoying ads just as much as you do,
but they help keep our lights on. We promise to keep our ads as relevant for you as possible, so
please consider disabling your ad-blocking
software while using this site.