SOC 212 Sociology of Gender**

An exploration of the social construction of gender throughout history and how it has shaped current social interactions and institutions. Focus is on the sociological concepts and theories used to explore cultural explanations of gender, as well as on the biological theories of sex, gender, and sexuality. Includes an examination of gender as it intersects with race, ethnicity, social class, age, and sexual orientation; and a study of the consequences of sex and gender in the lives of men, women, and gender non-conforming individuals. 

3 hours lecture.





ENG 101, and RDG 092 or exemption.


SOC 101.