Sociology

SOCI4555Gender and Organization (O)3 ch (3C)

An advanced focus on how gender and organization(s) are mutually constituting, and how other sources of diversity (e.g., race, sexual orientation, class) intersect with gender, informing organizational structures and processes and our experiences with them. Examines feminist critiques of traditional approaches to organization; feminist conceptualizes of gender and organization; empirical studies of men and women in particular organizations (e.g., business, police, military, health care, educational organizations).

Prerequisites: SOCI 1001 or equivalent, one of either SOCI 2501 or GEND 2001, one term-course in lower-level Sociology, and three term-courses in upper-level Sociology, all with grades of C or better.