BK 493 Diversity and Cross-Cultural Issues (Fall/Spring: 3)

Cross Listed with SW723
Graduate School of Social department permission
The course provides a critical perspective on current issues and problems in American racism, sexism, heterosexism, ablism, and ageism. These issues and problems are studied in the context of the dynamics of social process, historical and anthropological perspectives, and theories of prejudice and social change. Social work's responsibility to contribute to solutions is emphasized. Different models for examining the issues of race, sex, sexual orientation, age and ability are presented.
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