POL 4495: Politics of Family, Sex, and Children

3 CreditsRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

Political fights over volatile issues of family, sex, and children. Diversity of family life in the United States as a source of disharmony and inequality. Same-sex couples, interracial families, polygamous communities, reproductive equality for people with disabilities, targeting of immigrant children, teen sex & pregnancy, working mothers, ⿿childfree⿝ advocates. Citizen efforts aimed at reconciling communities with harshly clashing beliefs.

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