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SOC 2038 Gender Studies

This course explores issues of sex and gender through sociological analysis of the social construction of gender, masculinity, and femininity historically and cross-culturally. It examines the debates on sex and gender. It analyzes the impact of economic and political change on gender expectations and practices. It focuses on macro-analyses of how institutions shape gender and microanalyses of how individuals are socialized and how they ?do? and practice gender. C-ID: SOCI 140. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.


3.00 Credits(s)


Social Sciences


Advisory: Eligibility for English 1500 strongly recommended; 48 hours lecture + 96 Outside-of-class Hours (144 Total Student Learning Hours) = 3 Units