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Sociology of Gender and Sexuality

An examination of classical and contemporary theoretical perspectives on gender relations, with an emphasis on the development of feminist thought, and the links between gender, and race, ethnicity, citizenship, and class. The discussion of analytical frameworks for understanding gender construction, gender difference, and gender inequalities will be informed by research in selected substantive areas such as: the economy, work, family, sexuality, popular culture, and law.

SOCIOL 759

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Vanessa Watts

Assistant Professor

Enrolment is limited with priority given to students in the Department of Sociology. Permission of the instructor is required for non-Sociology graduate students. Please contact the course instructor directly. Please include your student number in your correspondence.