Examines issues in international social development. There will be an emphasis on analysis of the social forces and conditions giving rise to different models of social development, and on what each of these alternative models tends to produce in terms of social welfare policies and programs.
This course may not be repeated for credit.
- Restricted to Social Work MSW students or consent of the Faculty.
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Notes: - Sem 01 - restricted to Calgary -based MSW Sowk graduate students in the INTERNATIONAL and Community Development Specialization
This course will be offered next in Fall 2013