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FAMSTĀ 242: Family Relationships

Students study the contemporary American family as it meets the challenge of a changing social world. The primary objective is to enlarge both personal and intellectual understanding of the complex issues facing families. Using the range of behavioral sciences concerned with family life, students study the interaction of individuals within families and families within society. Primary emphasis is on theories and practice of family communication. Offered each semester. Counts toward American studies major, family studies and educational studies concentrations, and women's and gender studies major and concentration.

American Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/american-studies/

...Environmental Politics FAMST 232 Introduction to Family Studies FAMST 242 Family Relationships FAMST 253 Human...

Women's and Gender Studies

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/womens-gender-studies/

...Studies in Literary Eras: American FAMST 242 Family Relationships FAMST 253 Human Sexuality HIST 320...