S W 497M S W 497M. Social Justice and Change: A Critical International Perspective. 4 Hours.
Explore the historical and contemporary contexts of the British welfare state, social work practice, and institutional efforts to address social injustice. Immerse in British culture and explore how the U.K. and the U.S. address pressing social issues. Discuss the rights, responsibilities, and actions of global citizenship in an increasingly global society. The equivalent of four lecture hours a week for one semester. Social Work 495K (Topic: Roots of Socl/Econ Justice) and Social Work 497M may not both be counted Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.