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Policies and Services for Social Participation and Community Well-Being

SW647, Section 003

This course will survey the policies and services that promote a civil society and enhance human rights in the framework of American democracy. Emphasis will be placed on those policies and services which serve to enhance social participation, economic security, respect for diversity, voluntary action, and community and corporate responsibility. Students will learn to describe and analyze how complex and emerging social problems arise within society, and how social problems impact individuals, groups, organizations, and communities. Programs within various units of government, nonprofit and social service organizations, and corporations will be reviewed. Various partnerships and collaborations among funders and service providers will be examined.

Semester: Winter 2020
Instructor: Justin D. Hodge
Category: CSS SWPS
U-M Class #: 19559
Time: Mon 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: B780 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

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