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The Life Course and Human Development
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Crosnoe, Robert. 2010. “The Life Course and Human Development”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Course Description
The purpose of this graduate seminar is to study the full continuum of human development, from childhood to aging, using the Life Course Perspective as a theoretical orientation and methodology. In addition to covering the main concepts (e.g., cohort, transition, context), tools (e.g., statistical analysis, qualitative approaches),...

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Aging/Social Gerontology
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