WWS 593B / POP 504B
Topics in Policy Analysis (Half-Term) - Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights
Examines selected topics in reproductive health, with primary emphasis on contemporary domestic issues in the United States--such as unintended pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infection--but within the context of the international agenda on reproductive rights established in the 1994 Cairo international Conference on Population and development.
Sample reading list:
See instructor for complete list
Please note that there are readings required for the first class, interested students should sign up on SCORE to have access to the readings on Blackboard, or they should contact the instructor directly for a reading list.
WWS Graduate Students Only.
This class will meet from 11/5/2012 to 12/14/2012. For more information on WWS Graduate Courses, please see our website: http://wws.princeton.edu/grad/course_offerings/.
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