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112911 - Soc of the Life Course Prof Kristen Schultz Lee...

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Soc of the Life Course Prof Kristen Schultz Lee 11-29-11 Announcements o Tuesday 12/6 : in-class review for exam; deadline for submitting peer evaluations & course evaluation confirmations o Thursday 12/8 : in-class 2 nd exam Overview o Timing, transitions and trajectories continued o How could proposed changes to the Social Security benefit formula impact the retirement decisions of future cohorts of retirees? o Linking early-life experiences with later-life outcomes: measurement and theory Criminal Trajectories Theories of Deviance A life course perspective on crime and deviance Sampson and Laub’s life course research on deviance Health Trajectories Selective mortality Obesity Variations in Retirement Trends Cumulative disadvantage o Variations in retirement by social class, race, and ethnicity The future of retirement o Changing policy Raising the age of entitlement to full Social Security benefits Changing the benefit formula o Changing conceptions of retirement and old age Changes in the nature of work Changes in the concept of productive aging
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