SOC-206

Sociology Gender & Sexual-WR

This course introduces students to the sociological study of gender and sexuality in contemporary U.S. society by examining the ways in which each are socially constructed. The role of gender and sexuality in institutional structures, including the economy, law, education and media will be examined. Historical and cross-cultural variations in gender and sexuality are explored as well as variations by race, ethnicity, and social class. Sociological theory and research will be used to provide analysis for systems of inequality as well as how the meanings and experiences of gender and sexuality have changed over time. Three class hours.

Prerequisites

SOC 101

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SOC-206 Sections for Spring 2019

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SOC-206, Section 001 — CRN #20446
3 Credit Hours — Classroom

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Natasha Christensen

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Scheduled Meeting Times
TypeLocationDate(s)Day / Time
LectureBrighton Campus
Building 12, Room 103
Jan 22nd, 2019 – May 20th, 2019Tuesday, Thursday
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Type Lecture
Location Brighton Campus
Building 12, Room 103
Date(s) Jan 22nd, 2019 – May 20th, 2019
Day / Time Tuesday, Thursday
11:00 am - 12:15 pm