SOC 352M • Family Policy Issues - W
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
This is a substantial writing component course for juniors and seniors who already have some background in family social science. It focuses on current policy-related debates concerning the state of families in modern societies. More specifically, it is organized around key issues of disagreement among major ideological factions, including conservatives, communitarians, liberals, and libertarians. Students will read materials written from various perspectives and will be encouraged to formulate a personal perspective or position on the issues discussed.
Upper-division standing required.