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SOCĀ 352. Aging and Society. 3 Credits.

An introduction to the multidisciplinary study of aging as a lifelong process. Biological, psychological, and sociological theories are reviewed to understand human development over the life course, including the transitions of marriage, work, retirement, and death. Demographic and social structural influences are also discussed in order to examine the effect of an aging population on society. S.

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