Humanities/Philosophy/Ethics

Gendered World Views (Section 6)

English

Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be "nice" -- the aesthetic assigned to each group reflects this. But how do real people deal with these expectations? What does it mean to see the world through gendered terms?

Gendered World Views (Section 4)

English

Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be "nice" -- the aesthetic assigned to each group reflects this. But how do real people deal with these expectations? What does it mean to see the world through gendered terms?

Gendered World Views (Section 1)

English

Pink is for girls and blue is for boys, or at least that's what many of us were taught as children. But what are these stereotypes really telling us? Assumptions like these force men and women into specific roles, and from a very young age, we socialize boys to be aggressive and girls to be "nice" -- the aesthetic assigned to each group reflects this. But how do real people deal with these expectations? What does it mean to see the world through gendered terms?

Psychology of Mental Health Summer 2014

English

This course will explore behaviours by contrasting that which is considered abnormal via DSM diagnosis with what contemporary society deems to be normal.  Perspectives will be taken to explore, explain and consider treatment for situations considered to be representative of mental illness all in the pursuit of understanding and promoting mental health.

Human Rights Perspective 00004 - Winter 2014

English

In the Humanities Ethical Issues courses in the Cegep system in Quebec, students develop critical and autonomous approaches to ethical values in general and to values conveyed more specifically by their professional area or field of knowledge.  This Human Rights Perspective course fits within this context.

Ethics of Digital Communications - Winter 2014

English

Block B Ethics course for Business Administration students

Human Rights Perspective 00001 - Winter 2014

English

In the Humanities Ethical Issues courses in the Cegep system in Quebec, students develop critical and autonomous approaches to ethical values in general and to values conveyed more specifically by their professional area or field of knowledge.  This Human  Rights Perspective course fits within this context.  Human rights conflicts and questions permeate almost all national and international issues today.  Students in the course will first examine some historical and ideological factors and some moral theories which have influenced currently held concepts of human rights.  They will also lea