Description: Surveys theory and research concerning the construction and enactment of gender in contemporary society. Analyzes assumptions about what causes humans to endorse gendered lives and how being gendered affects identity and behavior. Models for increasing gender role flexibility and broader social identities are examined. Letter grade only.
No sections currently offered.
Prerequisite: ((PSY 101, (PSY 215 or PSY 227 or PSY 250), PSY 230, and PSY 302W with grades of C or better)) or International Exchange Student Group