SOC 383 - Gender and Society
This course focuses on where American women in various class and ethnic categories stand in society now, compared not only to men but also to their mothers and grandmothers. It takes into account economic status, educational and job opportunities, family responsibilities, physical well-being and reproductive rights. It includes a significant portion of feminist theory, which serves as the vehicle for an ongoing analysis of the ways in which political, economic, and other social structures, as well as psychological factors such as gender attitudes, have historically affected the status of women.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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