SOC 240 The Sociology of Gender

Gender as biology, social learning, social organization, and social structure. The gendered nature of friendships, sexuality, conversation, power, and violence. Interpersonal/institutional sexism as it affects women and men. Issues of inequalities in work, education, politics, and health. Women's and men's movements.

Credits

3

Cross Listed Courses

Cross listed with WGSS 240. No credit given to students with credit for WS 240 or WGSS 240.

Prerequisite

None

General Education

  • Study Area III

Offered

  • Irregular