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Calvin University Course Info

Grand Rapids, Michigan


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SOC 301

Gender and Sexuality in the United States

This course provides a sociological understanding of the concepts of gender and sexuality by focusing on how their socially constructed nature provides insight into gender and sexuality identities, roles, expression, and experiences. Students will critically and analytically consider how structural forces, cultures, and major social institutions (e.g., media, work) produce, govern, mediate, shape, and perpetuate inequalities among people based on gender and sexuality in the U.S

Units: 3.0