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For non-Sociology majors, this course satisfies the university’s “Difference, Power, and Discrimination” requirement because as part of its curriculum it examines “institutionalized discrimination”; that is, how discrimination can take place without individuals specifically intending to discriminate or even have prejudice per se. You have read about this problem in some of your readings. So, now, explain how this could be a case of “institutionalized discrimination”… “when a professor assumes that all his on-line students have high speed, stable internet connections in their homes.”
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