SOCI 309: Marriage, Families, and Intimate Life
SOCI 309-001: Marriage, Fam/Intimate Life
12:00 PM to 01:15 PM MW
Planetary Hall (formerly Science & Tech I) 206
Course Information from the University Catalog
Uses a sociological framework to analyze and understand the diverse forms of contemporary families--traditional marriages, cohabitation, domestic partnerships, single-parents families, stepfamilies, and gay and lesbian families. Explored are topics such as changes in sexual mores, reflected in new dating practices; shifting parenting roles; effects of social class, race and ethnicity; and the outcomes of divorce for couples and children. Limited to three attempts.
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