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WGSS 1105: Gender in Everyday Life  

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Gender all around

Thinking Gender

 

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Explores how the biological fact of sex is transformed into a system of gender stratification in our everyday lives. Examines the social position of women in the family work, and politics while maintaining sensitivity to the diversity of women's experiences across class, racial-ethnic groups, cultures, and regions. Experience in introductory research methods to analyze the social construction and structural organization of gender.

 

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