Sociology | Sexual Diversity (3 CR)
S321 | 14886 | Grollman


4:00PM-5:15PM	TR	TH A201

Above class open to undergraduates only

This is an advanced course that serves as an introduction to the
sociology of sexuality, with a particular focus on the diversity in
human sexuality.  We will explore a range of issues regarding
sexuality including behaviors, desires, identities, communities, and
subcultures, as well as societal attitudes and norms regarding
sexuality.  To better understand how society shapes and influences
sexuality and, in turn, how sexuality organizes society, we will
look at the diversity of sexualities along the lines of race,
ethnicity, sex, gender, social class, age, ability, and how
sexuality varies across time and space.