SOC5330-01.Sex and Sexuality in America.F13.Preves,Sharon
Sex and Sexuality in America
Academic Term and Year
Area of Study
Goals: To understand and evaluate sexuality as a form of social structure and the consequences that structure holds for individuals and society. To understand sexuality as a social, rather than purely biological, construct. Content: The course will cover a variety of topics, providing a structural analysis of sexuality. Topics include social construction of sexuality, the history of sexuality in America, sexuality and religion, medicine, law, family, commerce, and education. Students have the option to complete the Leadership, Education, and Development (LEAD) component of the Hamline Plan. Taught: Annually, spring term. Prerequisite: A combination of either (1) SOC 1110 and SOC 1330 and SOC 3330 OR (2) SOC 1110 and SOC 3330 and WSTD 1010. Credits: 4 credits
Preves, Sharon, "SOC5330-01.Sex and Sexuality in America.F13.Preves,Sharon" (2013). Syllabi. 2238.
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