WMST 2010 R50 Class Dates & Times

Date RangeDaysTimesBuildingRoom
1/16/2018 to 4/27/2018 - WEB

Course Description

TN eCampus course: The course is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of women's social identity and placement throughout history and the world. Theoretical perspectives and research from sociology, psychology, biology, and anthropology are used to understand how gender shapes our lives on individual, cultural, and societal levels. Areas of study emphasize the role of gender in social institutions including family, workplace, education, religion, media, and politics. (Prerequisites: ENGL 1010)

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