Women and Law

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Credit Hours:
2 or 3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: RCC*. The materials insistently question the role of law in the creation and destruction of social and economic conditions that disadvantage women. "Feminist jurisprudence" or "feminist theory" is presented more as an array of alternative approaches to doctrinal issues than as a separate body of thought. Topics covered include "Women and Work," "Women and the Family," and "Women and Their Bodies." Satisfies perspective elective requirement.

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