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4 sem. hrs. Introduces the history of women in the U.S. economy and addresses contemporary issues concerning women and work. Focuses on similarities and differences among women's work experiences as inflected by race, ethnicity, and class. Particular attention is paid to ongoing labor-market discrimination and the wage gap. Biewener.