Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Race Gender and Sexuality was one of my favorite courses in college! I went in with no expectations but was interested and connected in class every single day. It covered a range of media topics and how race, gender, and sexuality were presented be it in song, on tv, in movies, on the radio, and what those implications may mean.
We had some interesting guest speakers come share their findings. For instance, one speaker dissected the popular song Santeria and the underlying meaning, subliminal messages, and possible implications that most of us never noticed. Our final project allowed us to analyze race, gender, or sexuality in a chosen media program and that freedom kept our personal interest level high!
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Advice for students:
The course will vary given your professor and there is a lot of individual accountability with the final project. Also, I took this class in a condensed summer session so classes were 4 days a week for over 3 hours. During the other quarters, there may be less hours required and a more manageable course load.