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History and Social Sciences

Perspectives on Sexual Identity

Course Code: SOC-240

General Education Categories: GE DIV

Course Description : Examines the processes involved in the formation of sexual identity from an anthropological perspective, including contemporary, historical and cross-cultural viewpoints. Discusses the evolution of sex roles in species. Covers the influence of culture in sex role behaviors and gender identification in a variety of cultures around the world.

Department Description : History and Social Science

  • Credit: 3 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 3
  • Lab Hours: 0

Prerequisites:

PSY-123 or SOC-121 or SOC-123 or permission of department chair

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