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To be aware of the distinct place in society children and youth, as a culturally specific cohort, occupy both historically and in the present.
To understand the complexity and diversity of social conditions experienced by children and youth across the globe.
To link theory to praxis by engaging students in multidisciplinary opportunities for research, advocacy, and professional development in traditional, nontraditional, and emerging areas of children and youth studies.
Below are Children and Youth Studies Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created by Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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Children and Youth Studies Location: 1304 James Hall Phone: 718.951.3192
CHST 4200 (Chitolie) (Spring 2020)
Course: CHST 4200 Title: Applied Research in Children’s Studies Professor: Parbatie Chitolie, MA, MPA. Platform: LibGuides
CHST 4900 Professional Perspectives and Children (Spring 2020)
Course: CHST 4900 Title: Professional Perspectives and Children Professor: Changes each semester. Spring 2020 Prof. Kerr Platform: LibGuides