Critical Perspectives on Sexuality, Health and Society
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Tutorial/Seminar: 3

This seminar course will explore current debates and issues in the area of human sexuality and sexual health. Areas for discussion will include labelling and categorizing sex, sexuality and sexual identities, historical and empirical research on human sexuality, social control of sexuality, social norms related to sex including pornography, sexual and gendered violence, and sexual health and disease. Please note that students enrolled in this course should be comfortable discussing matters of sexuality in a classroom setting.

Additional Course Information
HS200, HS344 or SOJE370.
Seminar course