UGS303: Gender Development, Media, & Human Rights

Thu, April 14, 2011

How does exposure to very thin fashion models affect children? Should the body mass index of fashion models be regulated?
How does having gay and lesbian parents affect children? How does media shape policy on gay and lesbian adoption?
How does gender affect peer relations and academic development? Do single-sex schools help children?
Why does learning about your human rights matter for gender in media representation, parenting, and education?

UGS303: Gender Development, Media, & Human Rights
Dr. Rebecca Bigler
Fall 2011 Signature Course with Writing Flag
#64200: MW 2-3, F 10-11 -or- #64205: MW 2-3, F 11-12

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