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Liberal Studies 320

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Gendered Lives (3 crs) (SS)

Analysis of how gender affects human experiences throughout the lifespan, from infancy through old age. Using insights from social science theories of human development and of gender, explores how males and females are expected to behave, how they actually define themselves, and how they act out or challenge gender prescription, at each stage of the life cycle. Cross-listed: Liberal Studies 320/ Women’s Studies 320. Students may receive credit for only one of the two cross-listed courses. 

Prerequisites: Concurrent or prior enrollment in Liberal Studies 209 or department consent.  

 
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