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SOC 308 Sociology of Sexuality

Prerequisite: SOC 101. (Second semester—odd years/3 credits) 

An examination of how patterns of social behavior are institutionalized in a set of cultural and organizational arrangements and the resulting consquences for individuals across race, ethnicity, class, sex and religions. Emphasis is on examining the role of dominant gender paradigms and U.S. institutions, such as family, work, politics, military and religion, in controlling sexual behaviors.