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Sociology of Aging

This course deals with changing population structure, economic support of the aged, family of later life, the sociology of retirement, widowhood, death, bereavement, and institutionalization. Lectures and discussion (three hours); one term.


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Lina Samuel

Assistant Professor

Prerequisite(s):One of SOCIOL 1CO3, SOCIOL 1Z03, 1A06 A/B and enrollment in Level II or above Not open to students registered in a Gerontology program as of September 1998. Priority will be given to students registered in a Sociology program.