Women in the Human Services
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An opportunity to reflect critically on the experiences of women in their various connections to the human services: as recipients, providers, advocates and policymakers. Explores the social, economic and political influences which have shaped these experiences for diverse groups of women. Attention is given to the gendered aspects of programs and policies in the human services, and to the interconnections between the private and public dimensions of women's lives.
Note: Course is not currently offered.
Undergraduate course in Human and Social Development offered by the Faculty of Human and Social Development.