Rhedir gan School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences
20.000 Credyd neu 10.000 Credyd ECTS
Trefnydd: Dr Teresa Crew
Gender is an integral part of the public and private lives of individuals and societies. In its narrowest sense, gender means socially constructed sex, be it female or male. However, since the 1970’s there has been a noticeable transition so that gender now refers to the socially constructed roles, behaviours, and attributes that society considers appropriate for men and women (WHO, 2014).
This module focuses on the private/public spheres, the body, media, gender identity, masculinity, ethnicity, disability and class. Students will have a chance to earn weekly XP points for completing various voluntary tasks.
We will debate topics such as:
• Do discussions of the gender pay gap ignore an invisible ‘curriculum’ of male socialization that explains why men earn more?
• Twerking - cultural appropriation or appreciation?
• Is there a crisis of masculinity?
• Are the Kardashian sisters, Rhianna and Beyonce feminist icons?
• Why are fewer boys and men going to university?
• Do standards of beauty discriminate?
Weekly workshops will investigate the historical, social and individual significance of gender in various contexts e.g. the home, the workplace and in terms of education and employment as well as gender differences and the translation of difference into inequality will be addressed. Workshops will also focus on gender in relation to the media, crime and culture
Shows comprehensive knowledge of the field and its background; can critically review evidence; communicates effectively through variety of media. Offers discussion of gaps in the literature.
Shows a detailed knowledge of the field and approach and its distinctiveness from other sociological approaches. Can provide a good analysis of literature in the field and can communicate effectively about its usefulness.
Shows basic awareness and of theoretical concepts and methods of analysis; able to produce rudimentary analysis of materials; meets set tasks and obligations.
To be active learners, exploring concepts and ideas in relation to different perspectives.
Communicate in group situations and in written work regarding the effects and assumptions about sex and gender in specific areas of social life.
Become familiar with major strands of theories about sex and gender in contemporary society.
Essay related to contemporary gender issues
Strategaeth addysgu a dysgu
One hour drop in session x 12
Two hour workshops x 12
- Llythrennedd - Medrusrwydd mewn darllen ac ysgrifennu drwy amrywiaeth o gyfryngau
- Hunanreolaeth - Gallu gweithio mewn ffordd effeithlon, prydlon a threfnus. Gallu edrych ar ganlyniadau tasgau a digwyddiadau, a barnu lefelau o ansawdd a phwysigrwydd
- Archwilio - Gallu ymchwilio ac ystyried dewisiadau eraill
- Sgiliau Rhyngbersonol - Gallu gofyn cwestiynau, gwrando'n astud ar atebion a'u harchwilio
Cyrsiau sy’n cynnwys y modiwl hwn
Opsiynol mewn cyrsiau:
- M93B: BA Criminology & Criminal Just (4yr with Incorp Foundation) year 3 (BA/CCJ1)
- M931: BA Criminology & Criminal Justice with International Exp year 4 (BA/CJIE)
- M930: BA Criminology & Criminal Justice year 3 (BA/CRIM)
- MR95: BA Criminology&Criml Just/Italian year 4 (BA/CRIT)
- MC98: BA Criminology/Psychology year 3 (BA/CRP)
- MR94: BA Criminology/Spanish year 4 (BA/CRSP)
- X317: BA Childhood and Youth Studies and Social Policy year 3 (BA/CYSP)
- X315: BA Childhood and Youth Studies and Sociology year 3 (BA/CYSS)
- LL13: BA Sociology/Economics year 3 (BA/ECS)
- LL2B: BA Sociology & Economics (4 yr with Incorporated Foundation) year 3 (BA/ECS1)
- LQ3J: BA English Lang. & Sociology year 3 (BA/ELSOC)
- M3Q9: BA English Literature and Criminology and Criminal Justice year 3 (BA/ENC)
- MR91: BA French/Criminology&Crim'l Just year 4 (BA/FRCR)
- MR92: BA Criminology&CrimJustice/German year 4 (BA/GCR)
- MVX1: BA History/Criminology year 3 (BA/HCR)
- LL53: BA Health & Social Care/Sociology year 3 (BA/HSCS)
- LL54: BA Hlth & Scl Care/Social Policy year 3 (BA/HSCSP)
- LP33: BA Media Studies and Sociology year 3 (BA/MSSOC)
- L200: BA Politics year 3 (BA/POL)
- L20F: BA Politics [with Foundation Year] year 3 (BA/POLF)
- L201: BA Politics with Placement Year year 3 (BA/POLP)
- CL83: BA Sociology/Psychology year 3 (BA/PS)
- L300: BA Sociology year 3 (BA/S)
- L31B: BA Sociology (4 year with Incorporated Foundation) year 3 (BA/S1)
- LM40: BA Sociology & Criminology & Crim Just with International Ex year 4 (BA/SCJIE)
- LM39: BA Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice year 3 (BA/SCR)
- 3L3Q: BA Sociology and English Literature year 3 (BA/SEL)
- L30F: BA Sociology [with Foundation Year] year 3 (BA/SF)
- LV31: BA Sociology/History year 3 (BA/SH)
- 8Y70: BA Sociology (with International Experience) year 4 (BA/SIE)
- LQ31: BA Sociology/Linguistics year 3 (BA/SL)
- L41B: BA Social Policy (4 year with Incorporated Foundation) year 3 (BA/SOCP1)
- L402: BA Social Policy year 3 (BA/SOCPOL)
- L40F: BA Social Policy [with Foundation Year] year 3 (BA/SOCPOLF)
- LL34: BA Sociology and Social Policy year 3 (BA/SOCSP)
- LM50: BA Social Policy and Criminology and Criminal Justice (IE) year 4 (BA/SPCIE)
- LM49: BA Social Policy/Criminology year 3 (BA/SPCR)
- LL14: BA Social Policy/Economics year 3 (BA/SPEC)
- LL1B: BA Social Policy & Economics (4yr with Incorp Foundation) year 3 (BA/SPEC1)
- LV41: BA Social Policy/History year 3 (BA/SPH)
- CL84: BA Social Policy/Psychology year 3 (BA/SPP)
- CL85: BA Social Policy & Psychology with International Experience year 3 (BA/SPPIE)
- LVH2: BA Welsh History/Sociology year 3 (BA/WHS)
- LQ35: BA Cymraeg and Sociology year 3 (BA/WS)
- M108: LLB Law with Social Policy (International Experience) year 4 (LLB/LIF)
- M1L4: LLB Law with Social Policy year 3 (LLB/LSP)
- M1LB: LLB Law with Social Policy (4 yr with Incorp Foundation) year 3 (LLB/LSP1)
- M932: MSocSci Criminology & Criminal Justice year 3 (MSOCSCI/CCJ)
- L302: MSocSci Sociology year 3 (MSOCSCI/S)
- L403: MSocSci Social Policy year 3 (MSOCSCI/SP)