Daniel F. Jacoby
Examines the different histories of and processes by which law and public policy create rules that govern a society. Discusses the nature and influence of law and policy in our society via a sociological perspective.
SPRING 2005 (Class is co-taught with BPOLST 593.)
This class will emphasize the key aspects in development of labor policy. Texts will examine legal labor history, public and private policies for social security, the quest for gender equity and contemporary union law.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
Students will be evaluated using a midterm and final exam.