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Soc 495: Sex, Diagnosis, and Society   Tags: course:495, instructor:mcgann, section:001, subject:soc, term:fall, year:2012  

A course guide for Soc 495 / WS 432, taught in Fall 2012 by Prof. PJ McGann.
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