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PSC 444 - Gender, Politics, & Pub Policy

Campus: Springfield


This course surveys classic and contemporary scholarship on women and gender in world politics. It is designed to motivate students to think critically about a range of issues related to gender and politics both in the United States and abroad. It introduces students to feminist theoretical frameworks for thinking about politics, as well as to empirical explorations of a variety of key topics within the larger field of gender and politics. These topics include women-s political representation, the family and public policy, as well as women's experiences with war, human rights, and globalization.

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Restricted to Undergraduate Students.

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Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 3

Term(s): Summer


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