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TS 528 - Technology, Gender and Pop Culture


The application of pop cultural theory and practice provides in-depth understanding about the impact of technology on cultural definitions of masculine and feminine identity. Critical examination of film, literature and material culture, reflects ideas about whether technologies are themselves gendered and how gendered perceptions and stereotypes promoted by technological ideologies reveal individual and community values.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F)
Course Rotation Fall

Cross-listed with WGST 528 

Class-Level Restriction Graduate standing

Notes -
Equivalent Courses STS 528, INDT 528, WGST 528 Previously listed as STS 528 - Technology, Gender and Pop Culture
Updates Change to prefix 4/2016, effective Fall 2016; COT Reorganization 7/2014


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