SOCW 544

Social Work, the State and Citizenship

Units: 1.5

Taking the perspective of 'citizenship as social', explores the lived realities and experiences of citizenship as it is configured on the basis of geography, class, race, gender, and other identity locations. Using citizenship theories explores the nature of social inclusion and exclusion that mark citizens' lives in the Canadian Welfare state, examines the emancipatory potential of citizenship-based social work that is grounded in a vision of social justice.

Graduate course in the Social Work program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Summer Fall Spring

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