Minor in Sociology and Social Anthropology of Critical Health Studies - Women and Aging SOSA 3245   Women and Aging
CREDIT HOURS: 3
As women grow older, the experience of aging is difficult. This course will explore the issues related to socio-economic factors that are major determinants of the well-being of aging women. Topics will include: aging as a process; menopause; violence against older women; older women and housing; self-image and sexuality; health and the aging woman; and older women and poverty.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: One SOSA 1000 level course, or FYP or two classes in Gender and Women's Studies
CROSS-LISTING: GWST 3810.03, NURS 4370.03