Sociology | Sociological Research Pract I (3 CR)
S566 | 10110 | Powell

10:45AM-12:45PM   T   S7 100

*This S566 does have a summer interviewing requirement*

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Above class meets with SOC-S 491 and S 660

S660 and S566 (the 2009-10 Sociological Research Practicum)focus on
issues in family sociology.  The primary goal of this course is to
prepare students to do a piece of their own original research,
either in family sociology or in a related area.  This SRP will make
available to students several existing U.S. and international data
sets that can be used to navigate a diverse set of questions about
family, as well about other groups and/or social institutions. It
also will introduce experimental methods that can be used to examine
public opinion regarding family topics. We also are planning an
original data collection effort in which adults will be interviewed
on the conceptualization of “family,” among other topics.  Students
enrolled in S660 or S566 are required to participate in the
interviewing that begins in the summer. For more information about
the course, please contact Brian Powell