soc333 | undergraduate
Genders In Society
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Social and Historical Perspectives of Gender
- Define gender identity from biological and sociological perspectives.
- Compare trait differences among genders.
- Describe the effects various social movements have had on diversity among gender groups.
The Role of Gender in Society
- Explain the influence of education on gender roles.
- Identify gender norms in government, law, and public policy.
- Analyze the role of gender in the workplace.
Gender, Media, and Stereotypes
- Explain how the media influences perceptions of gender.
- Interpret common gender stereotypes in the media.
Gender and Communication
- Compare the use of verbal and nonverbal communication among genders.
- Analyze common miscommunications among genders.
- Define strategies that foster effective communication among genders.
Gender Communication in the Global Workplace
- Identify different communication styles among genders in the workplace.
- Evaluate the effect of culture on communication among genders.
- Evaluate strategies that facilitate gender communication across cultures.
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