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|SOCL 556 - Gendered Globalization:Economic, Political and Cultural Dimensions|
This course approaches globalization as both a gendered and multidimensional process. It provides an overview of how the gendered economic, political and cultural dimensions of globalization impact gender inequalities across countries and cultures. The course examines the intersections of gender and class, race, ethnicity, location, and sexualities from a transnational comparative approach.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Fully Online Lecture, Fully Online Lab, Fully Online Lecture/Lab, Web-Enhanced Lab, Web-Enhanced Lecture, Web Enhanced Lecture/Lab, Hybrid Lab & Online, Hybrid Lecture & Online, Hybrid Lecture/Lab & Online, Lecture, Laboratory, Comb - Lecture, Laboratory, Remote Online Lecture, Remote Online Lab