[CRIS 250] Global Family Issues
Families are a central institution in people’s lives. In this class we will investigate various social problems, issues, and policies as they relate to families in countries around the globe. Questions we will investigate include: What effect does China’s one-child policy have on gender distribution and future marriage patterns? How do high rates of HIV/AIDS impact family structure in Africa? How do Scandinavian welfare policies affect outcomes for children and families?
Global Family Issues
Prerequisite: Sociology 100 or 150.
Offered every other spring.
Also listed as Sociology 251.