Course: POLS 481. Globalization, Gender and Democratization (3)
Prerequisite: Upper division standing. Concerned with three major phenomena of the modern world—globalization, democratization and feminization, as well as their interrelationships and their impacts on gender regimes (or gender relationships) in various parts of the world. Incorporates gender analysis into a critical study of the processes of globalization and democratization. Identifies a number of gender regimes in the world and explores the economic, political and interpersonal practices (including globalization) that contribute to their stability or ability to change in various institutions. Available for graduate credit.