University of Newcastle Australia program

Screening Sex and Gender

This program, FMCS3900, explores the ways in which gender and sexualities are presented on screen.

This program is part of the Bachelor of Arts degree offered by The University of Newcastle Australia

Examine how gender and sexuality are defined, represented and constructed by television and film.

Screening Sex and Gender explores how film and television may influence individual and societal understandings and expectations of sexuality and gender.


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Courses

4 courses

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