Women & Gender Studies

Course Credits: 3

Catalog Description

Examines the history, characteristics, problems, status and role of Third World women in development itself. Includes the interrelationships between development and population growth, transnational economics, migration, education, agriculture, health, urbanization, development policy and planning, and their impact on women and men in urban and rural areas in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Melanesia. Recommended prereq., WMST 2000 or WMST 2600.

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