The Politics of Class and Gender
Three semester hours.
This class focuses on the political and economic power of women as a function of the dynamics of contemporary U.S. culture. Using various socioeconomic models, the interactive effects of gender, class, and ethnicity will be explored. Consideration will be given to such issues as women's workplace and educational opportunities, the feminization of poverty, women's health policy, and other contemporary concerns.
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