Gender and Women's Studies Courses
GWS 3330 International Gender Issues (3 credits)
An examination of gender issues from an international perspective, with particular emphasis on both distinguishing national practices and analyzing connections between these practices. This course explores the cultural construction and representation of gender, and also focuses on the way in which gender contributes to economic and cultural inequality. Students use a comparative international framework to evaluate the relation between gender and global issues. This course can be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: GWS 1100. Liberal Education Goal Area 8.
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