NSWK-4416EL – Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking in Native Social Work Practice

This course explores the interrelationships with various fields of native social work practice through the “Braid Method.” Students will braid the personal, the professional and the pragmatic into an understanding of how conflict is present in their everyday lives. Students will explore conflict resolution among Native peoples with emphasis on issues of trust and distrust as sub-themes. This course allows students to critically examine how to use holistic methods of peacemaking to address the issues which are present in their environment. PREREQ: Third or Fourth Year equivalent course from the Humanities and Social Sciences. (lec 3) cr 3.

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