Women, Gender and Work
0.5 Credit

A study of issues relating to the gendered construction of work both within and outside the home. Topics may include gender and workplace, political policy, the history of the sexual divisions in labour, women as immigrant, global and transnational labourers. Emphasis will be placed on the diversity and range of women's paid and unpaid experiences.

Additional Course Information
Registration status: senior student.
36 lecture hours/term

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision February 4, 2015: WS204 Prerequisite change; effective September 1, 2015.