Girls, Women and Popular Culture
0.50 Credits

A feminist cultural studies approach to how popular culture, such as magazines, films, pulp fiction and advertising, construct diverse gender and sexual identities, including in relation to race, ethnicity, and age. Focus is on the consumption of mass-produced texts by gendered consumers, including consideration of possible ways of resisting and recuperating these forms and genres.

Additional Course Information
Recommended: WS100.
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Online Learning WS203 Fall Term 2014
  WS203 Winter Term 2015