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Elisha Renne (Michigan), Unintended Consequences of Family Planning Initiatives in Nigeria

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The Urban Community

Sociology 535

3 credit hours, offered periodically

This courses focuses on the form and development of the urban community with respect to demographic structure, spatial and temporal patterns, and functional organization, giving attention to the sources of data and the techniques of analysis appropriate to the study of population distribution.

This page is for general use only. Please see the appropriate departmental course catalog for current registration requirements information.