Oct 27, 2020  
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SO 225 - Quantifying Women


Credits: 3
An introduction to the empirical study of changes in women’s experiences in areas such as work, family, health, religion, and politics. The diversity of women’s attitudes, behaviors, and experiences in the United States are explored using the logic and mathematics of social research. Students use microcomputers and statistical software to analyze sociological data sets that investigate a series of issues related to women, such as the gender gap in politics, pay differences between men and women, and attitudes toward abortion rights.
Prerequisites: QR1.
Note(s): (Fulfills QR2 requirement.)
C. Berheide



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