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Civic Communication and Media

CCM 365 (US) Rhetorics of Sex and Gender (1)

This course explores the role of gender performativity in the creation, practice, and criticism of rhetoric. Students will investigate the relationship between sex and gender, analyze the ways that relationship is used as an interpretive lens for popular and political communication, and consider the role of mediation in the rhetorical construction of gender identity.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Understanding Society
  • Prerequisite: CCM 220W/RHET 261W, CCM 221/RHET 326, or WGS course
  • Offering: Alternate years
  • Instructor: Staff