EDU565 Research in Life Course Studies

Examines how research on the heterogeneity or variability of human development can take into account the macro- and micro-systemic contexts, socio-historical and geographical location, the timing of life transitions, social ties, and human agency. Particular attention is given to social, cultural, and historical factors in shaping individual developmental trajectories from childhood through late life. Critical evaluation of current life course research is emphasized. Students focus on applying the life course perspective to specific research areas.

Credits: 3
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: Enrollment limited to matriculated Warner doctoral candidates in the counseling and human development programs, or by permission of instructor
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