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2.3: Course Objectives for Part I

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  • Suggested Course Objectives for Part I—Dominant and Minority Groups

    Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:

    • Read about, find, identify, interpret, understand, explain, critique, define, present factually and persuasively, and write about and/or discuss dominant and minority groups and differentiate between them.
    • Read about, find, identify, interpret, understand, explain, critique, define, present factually and persuasively, and write about and/or discuss prejudice and discrimination and the various forms they take.
    • Read about, find, identify, interpret, understand, explain, critique, define, present factually and persuasively, and write about and/or discuss immigration, immigration theories, and the ongoing national debate concerning immigration.
    • Find, interpret, understand, analyze, critique, and write about and/or discuss statistical and historical information concerning race relations in the past and present in the US.
    • Understand, analyze, critique, and write about and/or discuss popular media’s interpretation of stratification/inequality by race and ethnicity.
    • Find, read, interpret, understand, analyze, critique, and write about and/or discuss immigration law and immigration studies found in peer reviewed scientific journal articles.
    • Find and interpret demographic data about immigration from the US Census and other valid and reliable sources.
    • Understand, analyze, critique, and write about and/or discuss popular media’s interpretation of immigration and immigration policy.
    • Find, interpret, understand, analyze, critique, and write about and/or discuss Congressional policies concerning immigration and immigrants in the US.