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Sociology of Work and Family

  • Number of credits 7.5 credits

About the course

This course introduces several themes at the intersection of family, education, labour and welfare state. The course covers among others changes in family formation patterns and how these are linked to the labour market structures and welfare state design. Moreover, the processes that take place at the micro level within families will be discussed.

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Department of Sociology
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Department of Sociology