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Children and Childhood in Sociological Perspective

New course announcement, spring 2010, Katerina Bodovski
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The course objective is to investigate social, cultural, political, and economic forces that shape childhood around the world. Sociological perspective will be applied to examine children’s experiences within the context of time and place. Throughout the course the role of education will be investigated.



EDTHP 597A/ CIED 597A/ SOC597E
Children and Childhood in Sociological Perspective
Spring 2010

Instructor: Dr. Katerina Bodovski

When: Wednesdays 3:15- 6:15

The course counts for CIED requirements.

Please contact the instructor to request the syllabus: kxb918@psu.edu

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