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SOCIOLOGY

SOCY-352
Women, Men, and Social Change (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Focuses on gender as a basic organizational principle of social life in order to study the social construction of gender and how gender relationships are transformed in the process of social change. The course examines how race, class, and gender interact with culture in shaping the lives, social positions and relationships of diverse kinds of women and men in a changing world. Usually offered every spring.

SOCY-352
Gender Relations and Social Change (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Focuses on gender as a basic organizational principle of social life in order to study the social construction of gender and how gender relations are transformed in the process of social change, and, in turn, shape social change. The course examines how race/ethnicity, social class, and gender intersect in shaping the experiences, social positions, and relationships of diverse women and men, including trans* women and men, in a changing world. Usually offered every spring.