The one most directly related is : Each section of this guide includes – beside the common readings – three subsections, one for an analytical task, one for recommended readings, and one for related readings.To simplify navigating through the course guide, only the headings for these subsections are initially visible.To make this work, each week's papers will be exchanged (electronically) with enough lead time that we can all read all the papers prior to the class meetings.
These are: an analytical task, recommended readings, and related readings.
The materials useful for those who want to dig deeper into a topic.
The contents of all these subsections are hidden (so that the beginning appearance of the page is similar to a standard syllabus) until the viewer clicks on a subsection heading, then its contents will appear.
While this organization is helpful for negotiating the page most of the time, it can become an obstacle if we want to search the page (for example, for a particular article) as searches will ignore the hidden material (that is, if you search a page you are viewing in an internet browser, the search will only examine what is shown on the page at that time).
(Note: this class does not have an exam nor a final paper.) All class meetings are organized as discussions.
Part of our class discussions will be on the common readings and part on students' efforts to explore the analytical tasks each week.The outpouring of research and commentary on gender inequality over the past half century has been extraordinary.Unfortunately, despite all this, our understanding of what causes gender inequality remains troubled.Women and men are unequal in every conceivable way in endless circumstances, both immediate and enduring, by both objective criteria and subjective experience. Can we characterize it in ways that let us confidently and impartially assess when there is more or less of it?We casually refer to causes and effects in normal interactions all the time.The table of contents at the top of this page will aid speedy navigation to any topic, which is particularly helpful if you reveal all the "hidden" material.