Historical and Contemporary Theories in Child and Youth Care
An exploration of diverse historical and contemporary perspectives in child and youth care. Students survey and critically debate a range of theoretical frameworks for CYC and identify theoretical perspectives that fit with their emerging practice and research focuses. Significant issues and trends impacting children, youth, families and communities (e.g., settler colonialism, globalization, and salient socio-political issues) are investigated through various theoretical and ideological lenses.
Graduate course in the Child and Youth Care program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.