Gender, Sexuality, and Pop Culture

G225 — Fall 2020

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Woodburn Hall (WH) 003 or remote asynchronous interaction supported by distant education.
Days and Times
TR 2:30PM-3:45PM or Online
Course Description

Examination of popular cultural "makings" of masculinity, femininity, and sexuality through typical representation of gender within fiction, theater, cinema, radio, music, television, journalism, and other secular mass media. Analysis of the developing international telecommunications "superhighway" and struggles to secure increased representation of women and of feminist perspectives within existing culture industries.

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