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SOW 3104E - Human Behavior Across The Life Cycle

Description
THIS COURSE INTRODUCES STUDENTS TO A LIFE-SPAN APPROACH TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILIES, GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNITIES. EMPHASIS IS ON THE INTERPALY OF BIOLOGICAL, CULTURAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, AND SOCIAL FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE HUMAN BEHAVIOR . THE SURVEYS THE MAJOR THEORIES OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT WIT PATICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO PSYCHOLOGY OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN RELATIONSHIP TO THE SOCIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL'S ENVIRONMENT; AND ADDRESSES THE UNIQUE SITUATIONS OF DIVERSE GROUPS INCLUDING ETHNIC/RACIAL MINORITIES, WOMWN, SEXUAL MIONORITIESORGAY AND LESBIAN PERSONS,THE POOR, THE CHRONICALLY ILL AND THE MENTALLY ABD PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED . AN ECOSYSTEM PERSPECTIVE WILL BE USED TO EXAMINE THREE INTERRELATED AREAS OF LIFE, INCLUDING LIFE TRANSITIONS, ENVIRONMNTAL PRESSURES AND INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES. Enrollment Requirements: This section is limited to Pre-Social Work Majors Only.
Credits
3
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Spring 2018
Offered
F, W
Avg. Class Size
34
Avg. Sections
1