Gender Studies | Gendered Relations
G230 | ALL | Sanders

Gendered Relations examines ways in which gender plays a role in
relationships and how relationships may foster gendered behavior in
the contexts of family/home, schools, sexual relationships,
workplaces, and broader society.  The course may explore evolutionary,
biological, and socio-historical theories regarding female/male roles
and their manifestations in divergent settings.

This course will be useful for those seeking an introduction to
behavioral dimensions of gender, as distinct from cultural and social
dimensions covered in other college courses.  It will especially
enhance the understanding of those with previous background in
psychology, sociology, anthropology, health communications, business,
labor studies biology, history, religion or education.