HS223

[3 credits]

Aging: Theory and Practice
Introduces the field of social gerontology. Explores the relationship between the aging individual and society. Presents information on theory and practice, including: behavioral responses to the normal aging process, healthy adaptation to aging, and diagnosis and treatment of common organic and functional mental disorders. Examines how discrimination of the aging population arises from culturally defined meanings attributed to difference. Sp; CLCT

Terms offered online: Sp

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Online Fee per class: $50

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