WGST 200 - Women and Social Change
Examines the concepts, analyses and strategies employed by women in their efforts to improve their collective status as members of Canadian society: from the struggle for the establishment of basic rights in the "first wave" of the women's movement (roughly 1900), through the slow-moving changes of the 20th century, to the contemporary struggle within and outside of the women's movement towards diversity and inclusion.
Prerequisite(s): WGST 100 and WGST 101 or 6 credits of SOCI, NOST or PSYC. ENGL 100 and ENGL 101 strongly recommended.
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