(AF AM 102)
Women of Color: Cross-Cultural Perspective (3) Global examination of value systems of women of color; attention to minority ethnic groups in the United States and developing countries.
WMNST (AAA S) 102 Women of Color: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (3)
Women of Color: Cross Cultural Perspectives is a survey course that examines the similarities and differences of various cultures and the influences that mainstream America has on these cultures. Stereotypes, perceptions, the media, and male influences are also examined. Students will be encouraged to identify contributions made to mainstream America by women representing these cultures. Students will also be required to submit written assignments, participate in group discussions and attend on-campus events relevant to the course. The course is designed to enhance students critical thinking, writing, and speaking skills. This course can be used to fulfill supporting courses and related areas in the Women's Studies and Africna and African American Studies majors and minors. Non majors may use this course to fulfill a general education humanities requirement.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.