4credit(s) An introduction to the theories and methods used by sociologists to study gender and sexuality as social performances and historical constructions. Topics include masculinities, intersectionality, sexual culture, pornography, and gender inequality in the workplace. Also listed as GSS 316. Offered: Course offered biennially
Core Requirement(s): Counts toward core requirements: Diverse Perspectives and Social Systems and Human Behavior. Prerequisite(s):SOC 110, SOC 120, SOC 130, or SOC 150 Must be 18 years of age.