SOC 603 Lecture 1: SOC603 - Week 1

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The sociological imagination enables its possessor to understand the larger historical scene in terms of its meaning for the inner life and the external career of a variety of individuals (c. Gender studies can broadly be understood as an examination as to the ways in which sex" and. Gender" are implicated in unequal relationshions of power in a given society. This does not mean an exclusive focus on women" or gender" alone - for example we can examine how constructs of black masculinity reproduce and intersect with socio-economic inequality. The point is that we enter the question of social relations of power through a lens of gender. Who is feminism for: grminidm is not only for women. Intersectionality and feminism for everybody: none of s are subjected to a single form of oppression. Intersectionality recognizes that there is no single experience of being a woman".

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