COMM237

[4 credits]

Communication and Gender
Examines the role of gender in communication and identifies personal and public factors involved in communication between men and women. Includes current theories of gender development; the historical bases and evolution of women’s and men’s movements; gender-differentiated language and conversation styles; strategies for improving gendered communication; gender stereotypes; the influence of media on gendered roles; and the issues of perception, power, and privilege in relation to gender. Recommended: Placement into WR121; or WR115 with a grade of C or better. Offered as needed; CL

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