Highlights roadblocks and bridges experienced. Integral to our theoretical discussions will be questions of practice and production: Where is queer performance staged and how is it received? Introduction: Although population studies have documented the poorer health outcomes of sexual minorities, few have taken an intersectionality approach to examine how sexual orientation, gender, and race jointly affect these outcomes.
Historical period: Post Southern Women: Black and White 3 Units Description: Course focuses on questions of identity for southern women, black and white, by contrasting stereotypes and ideals with realities for these women in the slave, Jim Crow, and modern south.
American Sociological Review35— We will consider the role of media images in supporting the social, political and economic status quo, as well as the ways media audiences consume, negotiate, and resist media messages.
Description: Students pursuing the non-thesis option will complete a master's project as a requirement for the MA.
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Feminism and Science Fiction 3 Units Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered Description: This class will examine the science fiction genre through the lens of gender and feminism. Topics in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies: Social Sciences - WR 3 Units Description: Provides advanced study of a special topic related to women, gender or sexuality from an interdisciplinary, social sciences perspective.
The inner circle of local nonprofit trustees: A comparison of attitudes of women and men board members.
Marta M. Students will investigate and critique the politics of issue-framing, question-formation, and rules of evidence that shape knowledge-production about gender and power. Interorganizational relations and community influence: A replication and extension. It explores the many ways in which these fields intersect through a consideration of two primary, related concepts: the social construction of vision and its inverse, the visual construction of the social.