Environmental Justice and Social Work
Environmentalism has gained prominence in social work scholarship and earlier practice models that ignored the physical environment are now critiqued. Students enter with political allegiance to green issues; educators find compatibility between professional practice and views on spirituality, environmental justice, and social service provision. Fears over environmental destruction and a general sense of disconnection from nature are finding traction. Students will explore these themes through the lenses of race, space, and environmental justice.
Graduate course in the Social Work program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.