Gender, Race, Nation, and Health
General Catalog Course Title:
Gender, Race, Nation, and Health
Terms Offered:
Fall 2015
Fall 2014

Examines the role of gender in health care status, in definitions and experiences of health, and in practices of medicine. Feminist perspectives on health care disparities, the medicalization of society, and transnational processes relating to health. Gender will be considered in dynamic interaction with race, ethnicity, sexuality, immigration status, religion, nation, age, and disability, and in both urban and rural settings.

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