From the Collegiate Times
By Mike Liu | February 12, 2019
Sex and gender are two different concepts. The distinction is that sex is purely based on an individual’s reproductive system and secondary sex characteristics while gender is a person’s social role or personal identification of one’s own sex based on an internal awareness.
The differences between sex and gender has sparked many discussions in today’s society. Prominent news agencies such as The New York Times and
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Taught by Dr. Marc Stern, a new online course offered this Fall is designed to provide students with a variety of tools for navigating the social complexities of environmental and other sustainability-related initiatives.
Having successfully completed this course, students will be able to:
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- Describe the social dimensions of sustainability challenges.
- Communicate about social science theories effectively.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply social science theories to real-world problem-solving within the context of environmental sustainability.
- Articulate both the value and limitations of social science theories for problem ...