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Social Welfare: Practice Implications and Advocacy

Provides an overview of Canada’s social service system from an historical and contemporary perspective. Explores the purpose and values underlying the development of social welfare programs. Engages in critical analysis of practice implications and policy advocacy for social workers. Lectures and discussion, one term.


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): IV Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Jennie Vengris

Assistant Professor and Field Education Development

Prerequisite(s): Credit or registration in SOCWORK 3D06 A/B S and SOCWORK 3DD6 A/B S. The School of Social Work strongly suggests that students complete SOCWORK 3D06 A/B S and 3DD6 A/B S before taking this course.