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|SOCL 7225 - Gender and Social Movements|
Offers an in-depth examination of the sociological literature on the gender dynamics of social movements, both nationally based and transnational. Covers key questions, conceptual tools, and methodological frameworks in the study of social movements; the interplay of gender, the state, and social movements, including feminist and women’s movements; how social institutions and social norms may affect the course and outcomes of movements; and globalization, transnational social movements, and gender. Geared toward students who plan to do research on social movements or global social movements but also designed to be useful to those with interests in related fields.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Seminar
Sociology and Anthropology Department
GS Col Socl Sci & Humanities