Experiencing Intersectionality and Inequality in "Introductory Sociology"

Developing their skill at perspective-taking, along with building students’ “sociological imaginations,” a concept described by 20th century sociologist C. Wright Mills, are two of the main objectives of "Introductory Sociology." Along with in-class games and weekly reflections, assignments in Kim Rogers' course ask students to investigate areas where their personal identities overlap with social dynamics.  Read the full story about "Doing Sociology" here.