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COMM 2181 Gender, Identity, and Sexuality (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course aims to provide an introduction and foundation to the field of gender and sexuality studies. The course will explore the relationship between sex, gender, sexuality, and identity, while also looking at the intersections of race, class, ethnicity, culture, and other positionalities. The course will review the history of gender and sexuality studies, the social construction of identities, the power and privilege of certain identities, the impact of media and popular culture on our understanding of identity, as well as the social movements and future of the LGBTQ+ populations and other identities


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Last Updated: 28-Aug-17