POLS 375. Women and Politics

Aug 15, 2013, 13:43 PM
Prerequisite:
Semester:
On Occasion
Number of Credits:
3
Women in most societies have been traditionally considered apolitical. This course seeks to break this commonly held image of women in a number of ways. A primary goal of the course is to develop a broad and sophisticated understanding of politics that can reveal the multifaceted ways in which women are politically involved. A second goal of the course is to recognize the diversity of political women. An understanding of the diversity of women in politics will be enhanced by consideration of women in a variety of political settings. The course seeks to develop an understanding of how different political and economic regime types — revolutionary, military, democratic, neoliberal, etc. — have a distinct impact on women and men.
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  • Political Science

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