Wmst 314 gender and communication 5 cmst 314 wmst 318

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WMST 314 Gender and Communication (5) CMST 314 WMST 318 Biology of Women (3) BIOL 318 WMST 321 Sex and Gender (5) SOCI 321 WMST 331 Psychology of Women (4) PSYC 331 WMST 338 Discovering Women in Science (1) BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, HIST, PHYS, PSYC 338 WMST 351 Gender in the Century of Total War (5) HIST 351 WMST 360 Women in Prison (5) CRIM 360 WMST 366 Women’s Health Issues (4) HLED 366 WMST 370 Sociology of the Family (5) SOCI 370 WMST 371 Cultural Study: African American . . . (2) WMST 389 Women, Literature and Social Change (5) ENGL 389 WMST 394 Women in American History (5) HIST 394 WMST 400–409 Summer Workshops (1) WMST 413 Gender and Youth Culture (5) WMST 414 Gender and Sexuality in Cinema (5) WMST 416 Gender and Media (5) CMST 416 WMST 417 Women and Ethics (5) PHIL 417 WMST 419 Sex, Sexuality and Communication (5) CMST 419 WMST 421 Care and Custody of Female Offenders (5) PSYC 421 WMST 425 Family Violence SOWK 425 WMST 426 Economics of Poverty and . . . (5) AAST, ECON 424 WMST 427 The Economics of Women and Work (5) ECON 427 WMST 430 African American Women’s History (5) AAST 430 WMST 432 Anthropology of Gender (4) ANTH 432 WMST 437 Women and Islam (5) ANTH, GEOG, HIST 437 WMST 450 Women and Social Change (4) SOWK 450 WMST 456 The Older Woman (4) AGST, SOWK 456 WMST 468 History of Modern American Women (5) HIST 468 WMST 471 Human Rights and Women’s Rights (4) SOWK 471 WMST 483 Sociology of Children (5) SOCI 483 WMST 489 LGBT Writers: Their Lives and Their Works (5) ENGL 489 WMST 490 Senior Capstone Seminar (4) WMST 497 Workshop (Summers) (1–2) WMST 498 Seminar (4–5) Theoretical Emphasis WMST 392 Women in the American West (5) HIST 392 WMST 410 Feminist Theory (4) HUMN 410 WMST 415 Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender . . . (5) HUMN 415 WMST 420 Queer Theory (5) PHIL 420 WMST 440 Women and Philosophy (5) PHIL 440 WMST 475 Women’s Writing in Latin America (4) SPAN 475
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EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY 2015–16 380 Women’s and Gender Studies Courses Terms offered : fall, winter, spring, summer (FWSU). If no terms are indicated, check with the department or EagleNET. WMST 101 Introduction to Women’s Studies ( 5 ) W Cross-listed: HUMN 101. Satisfies: cultural and gender diversity university graduation requirement. Explores the struggle for equality, the message and impact of the media, power of language, influence of religion and the effects of socialization, education, race, class, roles, stereotypes and romantic love on the experience of women. WMST 310 Issues in Women’s Studies ( 4 ) F Cross-listed: HUMN 310. Satisfies: cultural and gender diversity university graduation requirement. Analyzes causes and effects of sexual stereotypes and surveys new scholarship through women’s studies in psychology, economics, female biology, history, literature and others. WMST 314 Gender and Communication ( 5 ) Cross-listed: CMST 314. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Satisfies: cultural and gender diversity university graduation requirement. This course examines current research on the interactions among language, gender and communication in contemporary social and cultural contexts.
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