PSY 212 Sex, Gender and Masculinity
Biology, psychology, and culture converge to create and define all of us as gendered beings. Students enrolled in this course will explore this multifaceted dimension of human behavior by surveying current theory, research and data on the construction of men’s lives, with a special focus on the construction of masculinity. Students will complete research projects on a question of their own formulation. This course is not offered in 2009-2010.
Prerequisite: Psychology 101 or 102.
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