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Subject:

Social Science

Title:

SOCSC-120 Women and Social Change in the United States: 1890-Present - (SC) - 3 Units

Instructor:

Stewart, Cheryl

Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL-122 or equivalent



Course

Section

Days

Time

Room

Units

Start/Stop Dates

SOCSC-120

8165

T

4:00-6:50pm

LA-215

3 Units

Full Term


Catalog Course Description
SOCSC-120 Women and Social Change in the United States: 1890-Present
3 unit(s)        SC
  • 54 hours Lecture per term
  • Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL-122 or equivalent
 
This course presents an overview of the history of U.S. women from the Progressive Era (1890) to the present, emphasizing the commonalities of women's experiences. It examines differences among women based on their ethnic identification, social class and region, including the interaction between and contributions of Native American, African American, Asian American and Latina women. Topics of emphasis will include political, economic and cultural change in the U.S., change fostered by women, and the transformed roles of women in the family within the continuity of the United States experience. Students will analyze the political philosophies of the framers of the U.S. Constitution and the rights and obligations of citizens under the U.S. Constitution with an emphasis on gender issues. CSU, UC

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