As you read the texts and watch the various lecture videos, consider how inequal

As you read the texts and watch the various lecture videos, consider how inequality has been created in both thought and action. Take note of any insights you have and the examples that support them as you work through the lectures and reading. Then, take these notes and write a 500-word essay on the ways in which inequality has been created through our laws and social institutions. What laws have contributed? What social policies have propagated inequality? How do these different actions contribute to the matrix of inequality that holds us back today.
There is not one answer to this question, rather an interlocking system of contributions that give us the full picture. I see it as a puzzle. We each hold a piece, but we cannot see its full impact until we put them all together and see the real picture. This reflection asks to you to think about the piece that you see as you listen and learn. Simply reflect on the thoughts and ideas that come up for you as you read and listen and explore this topic.
Be sure that you are clearly and explicitly referencing and applying concepts from the modules in this unit. This reflection does not require outside research; it is sufficient ( and preferred) to apply the ideas and concepts and theories raised in these modules. That said, if you have connections to ideas and constructs outside this unit, you are encouraged to raise them. All you need to do is make a connection with the material in this unit that is extended and enriched by your other sources of knowledge. Be clear about which aspects of the unit concepts and ideas you are referencing and connecting with.
Please read the scoring rubric carefully before writing your reflection. This will help focus your efforts.
Remember to save your reflection as a Word doc. If you do not save it as a doc or .docx file, you will not be able to submit it. This is a critical step before submission. As mentioned previously, other documents are not fully processed in the full Canvas interface, which leads to failed submissions. This requirement gets ahead of those issues. Please save your document as a Word doc before submission.
Need to use these sources:
Ferguson, S. J. (Ed.). (2015). Race, gender, sexuality & social class: Dimensions of inequality (3rd Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
ISBN 978-1-5063-6581-7
Ferguson, S.J. (2020) Introduction to Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Class: Concepts, History, and Theories of Difference. In Ferguson, S. J. (Ed.) Race, gender, sexuality & social class: Dimensions of inequality, 3rd Ed. (pp. 1-5). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Weber, L. (2015) Reading I: Defining Contested Concepts. In Ferguson, S. J. (Ed.) Race, gender, sexuality & social class: Dimensions of inequality, 3rd Ed. (pp. 7-19). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

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