Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

ELP 351U Gender and Education

Explores the significance of gender in educational work. The focus will be on the history of gender arrangements in educational organizations and the formation of gender roles in contemporary American society, particularly in the family, schools, and the economy. Students will examine differential socialization of males and females, ongoing practices in educational organizations that are gender-related and/or gender biased and the convergence of gender, race, and class in educational organizations. This course is cross-lised as WS 455, may only be taken once for credit. ELP 555 includes an additional, concurrent 30 hour minimum field project requirement.


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