Chapter 6: The Impact of Economic Crisis
On Canadian Families
Why are some families more vulnerable to
economic crises than others, and how is this
likely to change in the next several decades?
Drawing on your own family and friends, what
was the impact o
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- Bioinformatics: Mining the genomes
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Chapter 2: Intimacy as Discourse
Chapter 2 - Learning Objectives:
1. Taken for granted, ideological assumptions are
embedded in popular notions of intimacy in
2. Much of the literature on intimacy describes
_ differences and therapeutic approaches
Chapter 3: Canadian Youth Culture
What does it mean to say that the
term youth is socially constructed?
Are youth more susceptible to the
influences of popular culture than
Why are youth often portrayed as
either troubled or troubling in mass
Chapter 1: an overview of Canadian Families
Introduction and overview of course,
review of expectations and assignments
Student and Family Group Introductions
What are the CAGE issues? How do these
impact Canadian families?
Discuss the main points in Chap
Chapter 10: Aging Families
The old and their families are diverse.
Each persons biography immigrant status,
race, gender, sexuality is intensified by old
age, and is experienced differently during early
There are several theoretical framew