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Critical Perspectives on Disability

This course examines the social implications of disability in Canadian society. In particular, it examines issues that impact on the well-being of persons with disabilities, including poverty, education, unemployment, violence, and gender. Topics include the evolution of public policies, social programs, and the perspectives used by human service professionals to frame disability issues. PREREQ: SWLF 2106 (min. 70%), SWLF 2107 (min. 70%), SWLF 2315 (min.70%), 6 credits upper year PSYC, 6 credits upper year SOCI, STAT 2126 and SOCI/PSYC 2127. (lec 3) cr 3.

Social Work