Sociology of Gender and Families
Focuses on the interrelationship between gender, sexuality and families in New Zealand and other Western societies.
Through an examination of important moments in the life course of families – for example, partnering and parenting – it explores changes and continuities in the gendered norms, identities, practices and patterns that characterise contemporary family life.
SOCIOL 207: 15 points
30 points in Sociology or Gender Studies or 60 points passed
SOCIOL 214, SOCIOL 222