ANTH 2250 Sex, Gender and Culture (2,1,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

A cross cultural survey of the different ways in which a biological condition (sex) is transformed into a cultural status. A central issue concerns the question whether there are 'natural' male and female behaviours that are expressed regardless of local cultural influences.
Prerequisite: ARCH 1110/ANTH 1210 recommended but not required.
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