SOC 2210 Cultural Humility for Working with Youth
Examines historical and current racial, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, linguistic, and social class stereotypes and biases as related to youth in the United States and globally. Students identify personal preconceptions and learn ways of becoming culturally responsive working with youths.
- Demonstrate an understanding of current realities of power and privilege as they are demonstrated in the classroom, such as: through bias, hidden curriculum, meritocracy, hegemony, unconstitutional funding of schools, and unequal treatment of underrepresented students.
- Demonstrate an understanding of a more nuanced education that disrupts the stereotypes of non-dominant minority groups.
- Demonstrate an understanding of specific issues confronting minority students, families, schools, and communities comprised of diverse identities: specifically racism, ethnocentrism, sexism, heterosexism, and classism.
Credit Hours: 3
- Classroom: 3 hours
- Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
- Department: Sociology
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No