Economic Realities of the American Dream


Exploration of the realities of economic life in the U.S. and how they correspond to the American Dream. Interdisciplinary perspectives from economics, sociology, and other areas of social inquiry. Emphasis on the consistency between empirical data and different concepts of the American Dream. Specific topics to include sources of economic growth and changing living standards, unemployment, impact of globalization on U.S. citizens, economic mobility, poverty and inequality, and social justice. Prerequisites: An introductory course in economics or sociology, or consent of the instructors. All students who pre-register will be put on the wait list. Students will receive an email immediately after pre-registration requesting more information.
Course Attributes: EN S; BU BA; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC; AS WI I

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Economic Realities of the American Dream
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