SOC 633 Sexualities, Identities, and Society

Discussions about sexual practice raise questions about what it is, who does it, and how. Sexuality is regulated according to the dominant power relations in society. In this course, students will investigate societal debates about sexuality, examining the ways that race, sexual orientation, aboriginality, and/or disability operate in sexual discourses. Academic and popular cultural written and visual texts will be critically analyzed, with attention to historical, social, and political constructions of sexual identities and citizenship. SOC 633 is not available for credit to students who choose SWP 910. UL Lect: 3 hrs. Antirequisite: SWP 910 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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