Health, Sex, and Gender

G435 — Spring 2020

Tania Reynolds
LH 316
Days and Times
TR 4:00PM-5:15PM
Course Description

Examines health as it relates to female and male sexuality and to the roles and status of men and women in society. It explores public policy decisions related to medical research practices. Topics may include research about adult sexuality and personal health, contraception, sexual abuse, gender-specific diseases, and sexually transmitted diseases.

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