SOCI007 - POPULATION & SOCIETY

The course serves as an introduction to the study of population and demography, including issues pertaining to fertility, mortality, migration, and family formation and structure. Within these broad areas we consider the social, economic, and political implications of current trends, including: population explosion, baby bust, the impact of international migration on receiving societies, population aging, racial classification, growing diversity in household composition and family structure, population and environmental degradation, and the link between population and development/poverty.
Society sector (all classes)
Section 401 - LEC
TR 1030AM-1200PM
FLIPPEN, CHENOA
MCNEIL BUILDING 285