Friday, May 11, 2007

Sociology 2433: Family and Society - A Free University Course For You!

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Sister Edith O.S.B., a Professor of Sociology at the College of St Scholastica in Duluth and of Blogology in St Blog's Parish at Monastic Musings, is sharing some ideas her students learned this semester. I don't think she will be giving credit to go through these papers, but many may take home some value.


#1 Cohabitation and the Chance of a Successful Marriage

#2 Children's Well-Being Has Gotten Worse in the Last 40 Years

#3 Compared to the 1950s, the Percent Who Are Happy Is Less

#4 Who Says "I Love You" First?

#5 Child Abuse is Class Related

#6 Race and Self-Image

#7 Welfare Began as a Widows Program

#8 Grandparenting is Different than Parenting

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