GS Minority Women's Health (Alethea Hill)
Students will discuss the political, environmental, race/discrimination and socioeconomic factors that contribute to racial/ ethnic health disparities in minority women.
CA 315 Gender & Communication (Mia Long Anderson)
This course examines how gender shapes communication in various discourses.
CJ 372 Gender & Criminal Justice (Corina Schulze)
This course utilizes gender as a conceptual construct in studying actors and the institutional processes in the criminal justice system. Women's roles as criminals, crime victims, and law enforcement officials will be examined.
SY 220 Marriage & the Family (Gloria Palileo; Sara McAfee)
The organization, function, and present status of the family, primarily in the United States. Problems of mate selection, marital adjustment, and parent-child relations treated on the basis of recent and current social change.