Description
An investigation of the social construction and regulation of sexuality across cultures and through time. This perspective on sexuality look at social, rather than biological or personal, explanations for how human sexuality is practiced. Specific topics may include queer studies, queer communities, and HIV/AIDS in society. (Also listed as SOCI 3329)(Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology or Anthropology
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters