SOC 100 or WGS 100, at least junior standing; or consent of instructor. (3).
Critical examination of gender as a social and institutional construct. Use of theory to interrogate the sex/gender binary, identity and bodies. How the experience of gender and the structure of gendered institutions are shaped by cross-cutting lines of difference and inequality – social class, race, ethnicity, sexuality and age (among others). Effects of gender inequality on women, men and society. Also listed asSOC 474.