Courses Primarily for Undergraduate Students SOCIOL — Intro to Sociology Sociology emerges from the hunch that there are forces at work beyond our control and often beyond our awareness that influence how we think, feel, and act.
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Course includes diversity content. Girls' studies includes a focus on education, gender equity, psychological development socialization, identity formation, self-esteem, sexuality, political and social activism, and popular culture.
Includes a film analysis component that makes it eligible for the film certificate requirement. General education advanced issues and perspectives course. For those whose primary notions of Africa derive from little or unconfirmed information. Uses research, writing and other expressions by African women to present women dealing with their postcolonial and globalized national contexts.
When possible, a teleconference with an author is arranged for a more global learning experience. Aims to help students develop critical and independent thinking about Africa, African women and their global engagement.
Introduces students to the life, world and writings of the apostle Paul. His journey through the ancient Mediterranean world speaking to women and men about his understanding of the gospel is appreciated and used to examine the development of the early church. Highlights issues in Paul's letters such as women and gender, the socio-historical situation of the early church, and the question of authorship.
General education advanced further study course. Focuses on Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender people, their history and culture, considering sexualities and genders as identities, social statuses, categories of knowledge, and as lenses to help us frame how we understand our world.
Course examines a broad range of contemporary gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender issues in various contexts including mass media, literary, sociological, political, racial, socioeconomic, biomedical and sexual. Students have the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills and practical academic skills vital to university success.
Course includes books, articles, films, guest speakers. Examines the relationship of gender to definitions of athleticism as well as how women have negotiated the contradiction between the cultural equation of masculinity and athleticism. Special attention is given to Title IX and its role in increasing benefits and opportunities for U.
Also considers the impact of homophobia on women's sports, the sexualization of women athletes, and new questions raised for sex-segregated sports by the fluidity of biological sex and transgendered athletes.
Examines the impact of cultural images and ideas in women's lives. Emphasis is on the intersection of gender and race in the shaping of social experience and political interest. Major topics include ideology as vehicle through which women come to belong to and negotiate society; privilege, intellectual origins of ideas about gender and race, and differences in status among women that impact their lives, their relations with men and with each other.
Explores women's issues from a global perspective in relation to policies approved by the International Women's Decade conferences of the United Nations. Emphasizes understanding the impact of nationalism, race, class and cultural values in creating obstacles to women's full participation in society.
Explores strategies for achieving full human rights for women. Examines the roles and statuses of women in biblical narrative, poetry and law, as well as the position of women in various Near Eastern societies.
Attention may be given to the ways in which later theologians, novelists and artists have refashioned and re-evaluated the biblical portrayal of women in their works. Provides an introduction to the exploration of various women's studies' themes.
Provides a field placement that integrates theory with a planned and supervised professional experience designed to complement and enhance the student's academic program.
Complements and enhances the student's academic program by providing an opportunity to apply and acquire knowledge in a workplace environment as an intern.
Examines what it means to be a Latina and a feminist in U. The exploration of Latina identity results in creative transformation and a new understanding of the relationship of self to community.
Materials drawn from Chicana feminist studies in prose, poetry, criticism and film, and from presentations by guest speakers. On completion of this course, students should be able to appreciate and understand: Melodrama, as a "woman's genre," is important to the development of feminist film criticism, which interrogates the contradictory meanings of motherhood and family within this culture.
Uses textual analysis and some psychoanalytic criticism to explore and critique the fantasies and desires expressed in the visual excesses of film melodrama.
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Com- parative textual analysis and similar methods have been used to analyze constitutions, party platforms, and other political texts I conduct a focused comparative textual analysis, coding for the presence of each of the 10 Contract from America planks – as well as measures of religion and social conservatism – in the Republican.
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Current and Past Projects. PROJECTS. 1. conducting a textual analysis and assessment of existing CAfGEN ethical and legal policies and procedures. Since , MCC has assisted land tenure reform projects in 12 nations, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa.
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