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History and Social Sciences

Human Behavior in the Social Environment I

Course Code: SOC-217

Course Description : This course presents an interdisciplinary approach to the understanding of human bio-psycho-social development from birth through death, emphasizing the effects that ethnicity, gender, race, culture, poverty, sexual preference and life style have on the individual’s life cycle and social systems. It explores implications for social justice, empowerment, and social work practice resulting from this interaction. Implications for social work practice, and especially from relationship building and enhancing client strengths, are drawn from the process.

Department Description : History and Social Science

  • Credit: 3 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 3
  • Lab Hours: 0

Prerequisites:

SOC-121

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