An exploration of the social history of the American family, from its extended kinship form through the development of the nuclear family ideal, to the more varied forms existing in contemporary society. Emphasis is placed on how gender and race structure relationships within the family as well as the family forms themselves. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Diverse Cultures and Critiques requirement. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Social Inequality requirement.
Prerequisite: Any 100-level SO course or consent of instructor.
Also listed as: Also listed as Feminist & Gender Studies 235.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2013||Block 2||Sociology of Family (Community Based Learning Course)||Gail Murphy-Geiss||Palmer Hall 127||16/0||07/29/2014|
|Fall 2014||Block 2||Sociology of Family (Community Based Learning Course)||Gail Murphy-Geiss||TBA||16/0||07/29/2014|
|Spring 2015||Block 5||Sociology of Family||TBA||25/14||07/29/2014|