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SOCI 369 A   Women, Health, & Medicine back to previous pageBack to Results  
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InstructorLoe, Meika
MeetsMW 245-400, CULT SEM
Pre-Requisites(SOCI 201 or SOAN 204) or (SOCI 250 or SOAN 210) or (WMST 202 or FSEM 145)
RestrictionsNo 2018 Instr sign req during Drop/Add
NotesWMST 202 highly recommended
DistributionSocial Science Requirement
Core AreaNone
Count TowardsWMST/Women's Studies

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This course draws on interdisciplinary research and writings to explore the ways in which the nature, distribution, meanings, and everyday life experiences associated with health, medicine, and illness are shaped by historical, cultural, political, and economic factors. Covering both micro- and macro-sociological terrains, this course utilizes a gendered lens to critically analyze the construction of gendered medical problems and doctor-patient encounters throughout history, women's experiences in a male-dominated health care system, and social movements in response to medical injustices. Prerequisites: SOCI 201 or 250, or WMST 202. No first-year students are admitted. (S)

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