SOC 311 - Violence against Women
This seminar explores the nature of violence against women, focusing on current research on woman battering, rape, child sexual abuse and pornography. Students will compare theoretical approaches and will critically examine empirical research. The impact of race, ethnicity and class on the abuse experience are considered. A major part of the seminar involves original research by students on an issue of their choice. The semester will culminate in a symposium on violence against women organized by seminar members.
Cross-listed with ANTH 311 and WGS 311
Permission of Instructor.
Social Science, Structure/Power/Inequality, Taylor and Lane Scholars