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COMM(AFAM) 4840/6840

Ethnicity, Race, and Family Communication
Credit Hours:
3

Perspectives on race, ethnicity, and the family. Focuses on how these three areas function as social institutions, how people are socialized to think and communicate about race and ethnicity, as well as how to engage in communication as a way to enact social change and overcome difference, particularly in families.

Prerequisites:
AFAM 2000 or PSYC(AFAM) 2150 or AFAM(PSYC) 3150 or COMM 1500

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