Couples and Reproductive Health
Population, Family and Reproductive Health
2022 - 2023
Tuesday, 3:00 - 4:50pm
380.600 or 380.755.60 or 380.755.81 or AS280.225 (for undergraduate students)
Reviews and discusses readings on couples and reproductive health such as: Definitions of couples and of reproductive health; sociological, anthropological and economic perspectives; fertility decision making; critiques of a couple approach from feminists and from those concerned primarily with less stable sexual partnerships for STD/AIDS prevention, and design of couple studies and service delivery interventions.
Learning ObjectivesUpon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
- Critique conceptual frameworks
- Prepare and give a presentation to the class
- Write a paper on a topic of choice (optional)
- Discuss the relevant literature in couples and reproductive health
Class may count as 3 credits if students take the lab portion of the course.