Seminar on Aging
An advanced study of social gerontology. Topics may vary from year to year and may be modified to reflect student interest. Examples include: caregiving, inter-generational relations, and health care policies. Applies key theoretical perspectives to specific topics (such as examining the subjective worlds of caregivers to older adults from feminist and constructivist perspectives; critiquing neoliberal health care policies for an aging society from a political economy perspective). Not offered every year.
Prerequisites: 385 or equivalent.
Graduate course in the Sociology program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.