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Multicultural, Multilingual Organizing

SW657, Section 001

This course will examine multicultural, multilingual organizing as a process of promoting intergroup relations and social development at the community level. Included will be content on efforts by diverse groups ( inclusive of the following dimensions: ability, age, class, color, culture, ethnicity, family structure, gender (including gender identity and gender expression), marital status, national origin, race, religion or spirituality, sex, and sexual orientation, as well community of residence) to maintain their identities while also interacting and cooperating across cultural boundaries. Students will apply existing practice to multicultural situations and develop emergent skills for the future.
This course will examine concepts and techniques of multicultural, multilingual organizing. Relevant strategies and tactics that promote positive intergroup relations and pluralism at the community level will be analyzed (e.g., interethnic planning and multigroup coalition-building). Students will be prepared for the roles that social workers can expect to serve in building a racially, ethnically, and religiously heterogeneous society.

Semester: Spring / Summer 2012
Instructor: Barry N. Checkoway
Category: Advanced CO Methods
U-M Class #: 62476
Time: Mon 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: B780 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

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