Students apply social-scientific vocabulary concepts and theoretical perspectives to social issues such as inequality based on social class race gender or other factors; allocation of scarce resources; and climate change. Students analyze social issues using theories from the primary disciplines of economics law and psychology. Through resources and classroom exercises students examine how their identities and perspectives relate to various social issues via applied ethical constructs. [Prereq: (GE Areas A1 and A2 and A3 and B4 with a C- or better) and (Junior or Senior Standing)]