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CINE 332 : Understanding the Representation and Narration of Sexuality in Cinema

Prerequisites: Upper division standing or consent of instructor; completion of second year written composition (ENG 214 or equivalent).
Description: Examination of the representation and narration of sexuality in cinema with an emphasis on Hollywood. Employs critical and cultural theory, including critical race, queer and feminist theory, as means to uncover the social and political significance of sexuality in cinema. Explores ways in which cinema reflects and refracts ideologies associated with sexual identify and expression. This course is offered as CINE 332 and SXS 332. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix.
Units: 3
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