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Social Work and Indigenous Peoples

Examination of structural and cultural variables underlying the complex relationships between Indigenous communities and mainstream society, with particular attention to how they are played out in social work practice.

SOC WORK 4I03

Social Work and Indigenous Peoples

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): IV Term(s): Fall Offered?: No

Examination of structural and cultural variables underlying the complex relationships between Indigenous communities and mainstream society, with particular attention to how they are played out in social work practice.


Bonnie Freeman

Assistant Professor

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Social Work or Labour Studies program; or SOCWORK 1AA3 or 1BB3 and registration in Level III or above of any program. Not open to students with credit in SOCWORK 4G03 if the topic was Social Work and Indigenous Peoples.