Academics

  • COM
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    320
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    Gender and Communication
    4 credits
    4 credits in COM or Permission; Sophomore Standing
    Explores the rhetorical construction of gendered identities, focusing on cultural messages about femininity and masculinity in social, political, institutional and relational contexts. Through readings, discussions, films and presentations, the course examines the way gendered identities are created, contested and performed, emphasizing the relevance of this process to our daily lives.