First Nations Perspectives in Social Work
This course examines the effects of colonialism and imperialism on Indigenous peoples around the world and First Nation people in Canada. Particular emphasis is placed on the consequences of social policies, legislation and social services. The course also examines alternate, de-colonising strategies and programs that have been developed within First Nation communities. PRE-REQ: SWLF 2106EL, SWLF 2107EL and SWRK 2315EL, minimum grade 70, 6 credits from uppper year PSYC, 6 credits from upper year SOCI, STAT-2126EL and PSYC/SOCI 2127EL. (lec 3) cr 3.