SW 706: History of Social Welfare
This course surveys the evolution of social welfare with a focus on
gender, class, and race. The course examines the development of social
welfare systems and the underlying philosophies in the context of the
social, economic, political, and cultural environments in which they
emerged. Topics include the development and history of social work, the
development of contemporary social welfare, the professionalization of
social work, and methods of social policy analysis.
- Pre-Requisite: PH.D. IN SOCIAL WELFARE
- Lecture: Lecture for SW 706
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for SW 706
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