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- Recognizes and summarizes impact and intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality.
- Identifies and articulates one’s social location in a complex, structurally unequal, and often contradictory world.
- Displays familiarity with multiple perspectives, employs other interpretations, and considers a range of human experiences in analysis.
- Identifies and assesses social norms and assumptions and envisions alternative social norms and practices.
- Asks critical questions and formulates a relevant research plan; accesses information tools to get relevant answers.
- Can articulate and utilize the basic tools and texts of the interdiscipline.
- Examines the influence of historical context on the formation of local, national, and global political and social narratives.
- Active and critical verbal and/or written discussion of issues from scholarly sources.