||Meets MNTC Goal Areas 6 and 8. This course examines the present-day realities of women's lives around the world.
- Demonstrate an awareness of 20th and 21st century cultural contributions by women based on societal setting.
- Understand systems of privilege and inequality in a variety of societies and their impact on women's lives.
- Recognize the intersections of gender, race, and class and other categories of difference.
- Analyze specific global issues that affect women's cultural contributions.
- Demonstrate knowledge of cultural, social, religious, and political difference and how these differences impact women's lives.
- Understand the role of a world citizen and the responsibility world citizens share for the global future of women.
- Evaluate issues of discrimination from a women's studies perspective.
- Consider a society's attitudes, behaviors, concepts, and beliefs regarding women.
- Explore personal ethical views on issues surrounding gender and culture.
- Describe how a women's studies perspective differs from other academic perspectives, such as sociology, psychology, and anthropology.
|MnTC goal areas:
- 1. Effective Communication
- 3. Personal, Social, and Ethical Responsibility
- 6. The Humanities and Fine Arts
- 8. Global Perspective
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