University of Regina

  

SOC 213 - Families

Battlefords Campus
Future dates to be determined.

Meadow Lake Campus
Future dates to be determined.

This course introduces students to sociological perspectives on the family, with emphasis on issues of particular importance in contemporary Canadian society. Specific topics might include the impact of social change on family relationships, changing definitions of the family, children's rights, concepts of fatherhood and motherhood, and same-sex marriage.

Admission Requirements

***Prerequisite: Completion of SOC 100 or 12 credit hours or permission of Department Head***

**Note: SOC 100 is a required course for all Sociology majors**

Delivery Method

The following delivery methods are available for some of the courses in this program.

  • Televised

Please refer to the course description for course specific delivery methods.