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Multiple perspectives on aging, maturation, and the life course are examined within a variety of cultural contexts. Individual development, intergenerational relationships, and broader social impacts of aging are studied. (Formerly Cross-Cultural Studies of Aging.)
4 credit hours
- completion of at least 60 college credits, including at least one General Education course in the social and behavioral sciences, or consent of instructor.
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