WGSS 10: Sex, Gender and Society
This course will investigate the roles of women and men in society from an interdisciplinary point of view. We will analyze both the theoretical and practical aspects of gender attribution—how it shapes social roles within diverse cultures, and defines women and men's personal sense of identity. We will discuss the following questions: What are the actual differences between the sexes in the areas of biology, psychology, and moral development? What is the effect of gender on participation in the work force and politics, on language, and on artistic expression? We will also explore the changing patterns of relationships between the sexes and possibilities for the future. Open to all students. Dist: SOC; WCult: CI.
Note: Ten spaces are reserved in each fall section for incoming first-year students.
9L Hour: Professor A'Ness
10 Hour: Professor A'Ness
10A Hour: Professor Choi
2A Hour: Professor Munafo