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Adv. & Soc Act w. Dis & Ill
SW463: Advocacy and Social Action with Disability and Chronic Illness The course focuses on issues and interventions regarding disability and chronic illness that affect adults and children physically, cognitively, and/or emotionally. Students gain understanding of historical and contemporary experiences of that population from the perspectives of their oppression and their response to oppression through rights and self-advocacy movements. Philosophical and practical frameworks studied include civil rights, inclusion, interdependence, and universal design in the built and social environments. Techniques are discussed for actions as advocates and allies with individuals, as social activists in coalitions, and as policy change agents. Prerequisites: SW401A; SW409 or concurrent enrollment. This course meets the requirement for a social action elective.
- Course number: SW-463
- Credits: 3.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture