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SOC 63959 - Sociology Of The Life Course

Description
The purpose of this graduate seminar is to study the full continuum of human development, from childhood to aging, using the Life Course Perspective as a theoretical orientation and methodology. In addition to covering the main concepts (e.g., cohort, transition, context), tools (e.g., statistical analysis, qualitative approaches), and traditions (e.g., demography, developmental psychology) of life course research, we will also examine in depth the different stages of the life course as well life course pathways related to family relationships, education, and health. Such an approach weds a developmental focus and a population-level perspective to give a fuller understanding of how individual lives are lived within micro-, meso-, and macro-level contexts. It also provides a foundation for future sociological and/or gerontological research on human lives, one rooted in intersections of gender, class, race, sexual orientation and other statuses.
Credits
3
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Fall 2016
Offered
Th
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1