SOCY-367 Sociology of the City (3) Course Level: Undergraduate
Sociology of the City (3) The transition to a post-industrial society has led to a dramatic socio-political restructuring of major cities into complex systems of urban-suburban metropolises. Regional, national, and international forces are responsible for the contemporary growth and economic prosperity of suburban "edge" cities and the concentration of poverty and racial-ethnic/ National minorities in the central city. This course explores the emerging international hierarchy of "global cities" with the socio-spatial patterns of inequality and political conflict. Usually Offered: spring. Prerequisite: SOCY-100 or SOCY-110 or SOCY-150.