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SWRK 373: Just Practice

This course immediately precedes SWRK 380. The course provides an overview of how structural oppression across cultural positions (e.g. race, sexuality, ability, class) may affect client systems. Students integrate awareness, knowledge, and skills for engaging in anti-oppressive, inclusive practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. This includes role plays assisting clients who are challenged by oppression as part of their presenting problems and brief immersions with diverse communities. Offered annually in September. Counts toward race and ethnic studies major and concentration.
Prerequisite: SWRK 261. For senior majors only.

Social Work

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...by a social work advisor 3 SWRK 373 and SWRK 380 together constitute a full...

Management Studies

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...Social Environment SWRK 258 Social Policy SWRK 274...Creative Nonfiction Writing ENGL 373 Advanced Creative Nonfiction...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...and Social Welfare SWRK 280 Social Realities in South Africa (abroad) SWRK 373 Just Practice...

Africa and the Americas

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...in Francophone Studies FREN 373 Genre Studies HIST...Class, Status, and Power SWRK 280 Social Realities...