SY2022 - Family, Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Society
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||College of Arts, Society & Education
Family life, gender relations, and sexuality have been significant sites of concern,
activism, and contestation for decades in Australia and internationally. For some,
a greater diversity of family forms, changing relations between women and men, and
an increasing tolerance of diverse sexualities have been signs of socio-cultural enlightenment.
For others, the decline of the family, the erosion of traditional gender roles, and
sexual permissiveness herald a more general unravelling of the social order. This
subject places these differing perspectives in a sociological context and considers
questions about what the changes mean for social justice, social cohesion, and the
future of Australia.
- interpret the major changes to family life, gender relations, and sexuality, including
how society understands these concepts, in Australia;
- appraise the sociological concepts and arguments that are used in the field of families,
gender and sexualities;
- employ sociological concepts and be able to critique real life representations of
families, gender, and sexualities.
- Invigilated > Other exams - (40%)
- Invigilated > Multidraft Essays - (40%)
- Non-Invigilated > Assignments - (20%).
||SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF 6 CREDIT POINTS.
|AN2111 AN3111 SY3022
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