A part-time instructor is needed to teach CFS 474 – Promises and Problems in Youth and Emerging Adulthood (M001) (3 credits) in Fall 2018 semester (8/27/18-12/14/18). Course description: Development of youth and emerging adults in family context emphasizing both positive outcomes and challenges. Roles of parents, peers, social structures, media influences, and institutions in youth/emerging adult development.Class meets: MW 3:45 pm -5:05 pm.
Internal Number: 73858
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