Defining Women: Social Institutions and Cultural Diversity
Launch your exploration of how women continue to forge their place in western society. Analyse the impact feminism has had on Indigenous women’s lives. See how women’s identities are shaped by cultural attitudes towards family, work, medicine and law.
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The subject introduces students to women's studies, debates and texts through Australian writing and examples wherever possible. Male and female students will quickly become aware of the relevance of women's studies for understanding their own life situation and experiences.
- Equality and social institutions
- Indigenous women
- Women's health
- Women & cultural diversity
- Maternity: cross cultural Issues and practices
- Sexualities in families
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online Quizzes/Tests
- Online assignment submission
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
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