POLS * 2150 – Gender and Politics W (3-0) [0.50]

This course introduces students to competing approaches to gender and politics. Students will examine the interrelationship of gender, politics and the state, focusing on its implications for political mobilization, representation and participation, public policy, global gender issues in international relations, and cultural and regional differences in gender politics. The course provides the student with the conceptual and analytical tools for upper-year courses on politics in general and on gender, sexuality and politics in particular.

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Posted On : June 14, 2012

Is the textbook recommended by the student? Yes
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Professor : Dauda

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Great course, attend class and do assigned readings. Professor Dauda is great, take the opportunity to get to know her through attending office hours. If you consult her regarding your paper and the midterms you will do well
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