Description: Lecture, two and one half hours. Core course for Social and Economic Justice area of concentration. Trains students to understand philosophies of social justice, history of ideas, and key ethical frameworks underpinning social work. Connects theory and practice through focus on poverty interventions, welfare policy, mass incarceration, community organizing, homelessness, and displacement. Focus on U.S. with emphasis on global and comparative approach to social welfare. Letter grading.
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