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PLAN 331 The Just City in a Divided World
Considers the city as a terrain for the manifestation and mediation of social justice. Explores how the allocation of land, goods, and services in cities (re)produces social stratification, and how institutions and civil society negotiate just and unjust outcomes.
Pre-reqs: (Third-year standing or above in any program. Second year students may be admitted with permission of instructor.)
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|PLAN 331 001||Lecture||2||Tue Thu||10:30||12:00||
This course is open to UBC students in 3rd year and above, regardless of prior experience. Second year students may be admitted with permission of instructor.
|PLAN 331 0W1||Waiting List||2||
Please register for the waitlist if the lecture is blocked, full, or if you are requesting permission to take the course.