WMST 3341W Sex, Power, Money: Political Economy of Women in the United States

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as WOM 36W.
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4 hours; 3 credits

Economic and political analysis of women's power in the United States society. Women as paid workers in the formal economic structure and as unpaid workers in the parallel home economy. Social class, gender, and race in the allocation of economic and political power. Formal and informal challenges to the legal and political system. Writing intensive section.

Prerequisites: Women's Studies 1001 [12] or permission of the program coordinator; and English *1012 [2].


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