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Considers transformative social work with adults' and adolescents' experiences of violence along a continuum from interpersonal to collective. Employs a global, poststructural/constructionist practice stance centered on human rights and social justice, safety and agency. Emphasizes collaborative practices in diverse communities. Prerequisites: Completion of all MSW foundation courses or MSW Advanced Standing status.
Susan Roche ()
Dates: May 18 - June 12 Service Learning portion of course days TBA
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