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To simplify navigating, only the headings for these subsections are initially visible when you scroll through this page.The content of the subsections are hidden (so that the beginning appearance of the page is similar to a standard syllabus) until the viewer clicks on a subsection heading, then its contents will appear.The course readings stress the foundational sociological literature on gender inequality.Each week we will all look at some common readings.The topics below address key analytical questions facing any serious effort to understand and explain gender inequality.
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Still, we face many as yet unanswered questions and find it difficult to reach consensus about the meaning and implications of much that we have discovered.
The accumulation of contentious knowledge has made mastery of this field challenging, with the unfortunate result that many people today rely on arguments and explanations as flawed and simplistic as they were a half century ago.
The core materials focus on the most important works and ideas offering analytical insight into these questions.