Sex and Gender in Society (4.0 units)
The social organization of gender in the contexts of work, families, intimacy, sexuality, reproduction, violence. Variations by race, ethnicity, social class. Processes of social change. Duplicates credit in former SOCI 552.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the SOCI department but may qualify for major credit in SWMS. To register, enroll in SOCI 642.
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