CD 4100 - Contemporary Issues in Childhood Studies
Credits: 3
Examines selected issues of childhood in contemporary America from an interdisciplinary perspective. Children's voice and agency are examined in psychological, sociological, political and philosophical contexts. Special attention is given to issues of parenting, child care, education and child welfare currently regarded as controversial. Intended as a capstone experience for Childhood Studies majors and available as an elective for others. Springs. Prerequisite(s): CD 3000.

*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.