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Summer Semester: Not Offered

SOC 1115 Sociology of Marriage & Family

3.0 Credit Hours

This course is a sociological examination of theoretical perspectives on the institution of family. Topics include the historical context of the family, the role of marriage and family in society, family formation, socialization, divorce, parenting, family issues, family throughout the life course and social policy. Variations in family types and lifestyles among diverse groups worldwide are examined.
Prerequisite:   SOC 1101

Fall Term 2014 Schedule
Booklist for SOC 1115
  LAB SEC CALL HRS START END DAY ROOM INSTRUCTOR STATUS
(* indicates prerequisite) (updated hourly)
  5T0 0212132 3.0 WWW Hall OPEN
  5T1 0213795 3.0 WWW Scott OPEN
  HW1 0211254 3.0 8:00 AM 10:40 AM Sa HHLC Coomer OPEN
*Term designations represent when courses are typically offered. They are included for planning purposes only and subject to change. Refer to the current schedule for actual course offerings.