Sociology Of African-American Families

Also Known As

AFS
369
Course Section Number
SOC
369

Description

(Also AFS 369) This course seeks to examine Black families in the United States by exploring the social and cultural factors that have shaped them. It begins with an overview of the historical and anthropological roots of Black families, and then focuses on an in-depth analysis of their contemporary formations.

Division

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Subject

Sociology

Academic Level

Undergraduate

Credits

1.00 c.u.
With a grade of C or better.

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