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4 sem. hrs. Traces the transformation of a pre-modern family centered system equating sexuality with reproduction into the 20th-century concept of sexuality as a form of identity and self expression. Explores the connections between changes in sexuality and historically specific events and trends. Considers the roles gender, race, and class have played in changing definitions of what constitutes a 'family.' Prieto.