SOCI 312

Sociology of Gender

Considers gender as a social construction and a product of social life. Analyzes how gender inequalities shape social structures, institutions, and interaction for both women and men. Challenges biological explanations for gender differences and inequalities. Focuses on analysis of gendered experiences as they relate to race/ethnicity, class, and sexualities. Prerequisites: Open to Sociology and WGS majors/minors.

Course restricted to Sociology and WGS majors & minors only.