Sex, Gender and Society I Socy/Wmst 1016 Spring 2008 Instructor: Glenda Walden and Kristina Kahl Contact info: 303-492-5217 or Glenda.Walden@colorado.edu or Kristina.Kahl@colorado.edu Office: Glenda Ketchum 12 and Kristina Hours: MW 1:15-3pm and alwa
By examining Super Bowl advertisements through a sociological feminist perspective, we can see mass media representations of gender, race, class, and sexuality that reinforce hegemonic and inequitable social arrangements. It is important to recognize
Definitions for Exam #1:
Sex: Biological differences between males and females Gender: social produced and enforced roles for women and men Sexual Orientation: preference for romantic and/or sexual partners Norms: shared rules for behavior in specifi
Take-Home Essay Final
As we have progressed throughout the course of this semester, one of the prevailing and
repeated questions is how exactly the current gender differences and inequalities that we experience in
everyday life have come to be.