SOC325H1: Population and Society

Hours

24L/12T

This introductory course examines Canada's population in a global context, covering a broad range of population issues and perspectives. Topics include (a) demographic data and methods, (b) population composition in terms of age, sex, and nuptiality, (c) demographic processes of fertility, mortality, internal and international migration, (d) the relationship between population change and urbanization, and (e) the role of social policy on population change. For all course topics, the instructor will examine historical and cross-national trends and review proposed explanations. This is a program-only course and is restricted to sociology majors and specialists.

Prerequisite
Exclusion
SOC312H1, SOC356H5
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)