SOCY 1024 Gender and Society (Fall/Spring: 3 )
This course explores the formation, experience, and change of women's and men's social lives in history. Topics include (1) gendered differences in the organization of power, kinship, economic well-being, race, national identity, and ethnicity, religion, sexuality, and culture; (2) socialization into masculine and feminine social roles; (3) the impact of global economic and technological change on social constructions of gender; (4) gender, popular culture, and the mass media; (5) gender equality and social justice.
Instructor(s): Abigail Brooks and The Department
Last Updated: 05-Mar-14