SOC 3800 - Sociology of Gender

Overview

Description
An exploration of the ways people construct gender and how gender structures our everyday lives and society in general. Issues that are covered include: how gender is produced, the relationship of gender to biology, gender and sexuality, the social evolution of gender, the gendered division of labor in the home and the workforce, micropolitics of gender, race, class and gender as intertwined systems of inequality.Successful completion of this course satisfies one Civic Engagement interaction.Flexible Core: Individual and Society (Group D)Refer to the college catalog year you entered or last change your major.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring
Academic Career
Undergraduate
Requirement Designation
Flexible Core - Individual and Society
Course Attributes
AFLC - WGS (Women's & Gender Studies), ELO - CVEG (Civic Engagement)

Credits

Minimum Units
3
Maximum Units
3
Academic Progress Units
3
Repeat For Credit
No

Components

Name
Lecture
Hours
3

Requisites

011695

Course Schedule

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