SSV 211S Social and Cultural Diversity
3.00 credit hours
Explores theories and practice issues related to living and working in a culturally diverse society. Diversity is presented as a critical area of focus, necessary for effective needs assessment and intervention with clients in the social service setting. The relationships between diversity issues, oppression, and economic/social justice will be addressed. Issues related to race, gender, religion, physical ability, age, sexual orientation, class, appearance, ethnicity will be presented via readings, case studies, lecture, and discussion. Prerequisite: PSY 121S or SSV 111S .
FALL | SPRING | ONLINE
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